There is a smaller group a little distance away, equally as passionate about the issues on hand. There are half-a-dozen smaller groups.
Everyone is seated around or holding hand-written posters that betray the pain in their hearts.
"My Body, My Right", says one. "Delhi is Rape Capital," says another. Another screams: "I live in a country where a girl is not safe inside the womb or outside."
Another poster seeks "chemical castration" for rapists. There are innumerable posters demanding death sentence for rapists. Posters mock at politicians and the Indian system per se.
At two places on the road, a large number of candles are burning - in memory of the gang-rape victim. Every minute someone lights a new candle even as those lit long ago dim and die.
Anyone and everybody can make speeches here - as long as they don't stray from the issue: justice for the Indian woman.
Many speakers are men, but they are as passionate as the females.