Petty traders group Ikhlas has set up a burger stall outside Bersih co-chairperson Ambiga Sreenevasan's house to protest against the loss of income caused by the Bersih rally two Saturdays ago.
"If we cannot do business in KL, then we will do business here," said Ikhlas chairperson Mohd Ridzuan Abdullah.
However, the move is clearly symbolic as the location of the stall - in the upmarket Bukit Damansara suburb - did not appear to provide the necessary volume of customers.
According to the minders at the stall, the burgers are to be given away for free and 200 burgers are to be prepared.
"This is a gimmick", remarked one minder, when asked about the free burgers.
This is the second protest by Ikhlas since last Saturday, where 30 traders claimed that they suffered more than RM200,000 in losses because of Bersih 3.0.
W omen's rights activist Ivy Josiah, a close friend of Ambiga, has quipped that the Bersih leader is a vegetarian in a Twitter posting .
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