Bhaghyalakshmi raised anti-CAA slogans at the site, where overnight protests have now continued for more than 12 days.
The women, carrying the tricolour and raising slogans of 'Azadi', said they would not move from the site till the Centre revokes the CAA.
Advocates Sanjay Hegde and Sadhana Ramachandran said that they had come to Shaheen Bagh to listen to people who had assembled in large numbers.
Thousands had gathered in the locality to protest the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA).
Wali Rahman, a social activist attended an anti CAA Protest in Bangalore's Bilal Bagh.
While the counting of votes for the national capital polls are underway, the city’s Shaheen Bagh is witnessing silent anti-CAA protests.
AAP leader Amanatullah Khan won against BJP’s Braham Singh in the Okhla constituency.
Speaking to the media, Kejriwal said a debate is important in a democracy and people want answers for their questions.
According to police, the protesters turned suspicious after the woman asked 'too many questions' to them.
Kejriwal said law and order in the national capital entirely lies with the Centre and if they claim they need permission from him, then he would extend it immediately.
Drawing inspiration from Delhi’s Shaheen Bagh, hundreds of women have been staging demonstration round-the-clock at Park Circus Maidan.