Participants raised slogans and engaged with women on the route.
"The larger issue here is that of women's freedom; freedom without fear in this patriarchal society. This protest is to assert that freedom," said Krishnan. Emphasising that women's freedom is important for society, AISA state secretary Sunny Kumar said, "This movement is a way to mobilise women to seek empowerment."
The protesters marched around three to four kilometers urging women to reclaim public places and public transport and raise their voice against moral policing. Organisations such as Stree Mukti Sangathan and New Socialist Initiative(NSI) were also part of the march.
"This movement is not just to condemn the state but also to make people realise that rape is a larger, social problem," said Vasundhara Jairath of the National Socialist Initiative.
Besides raising awareness about the need for women empowerment, the protesters also demanded prompt registration of FIRs in cases of violence against women, fast-track trial of rape accused, proper street lighting and an increase in public transport besides calls for the resignation of the home minister.