The protest, organised by various citizen's group of Delhi, was also joined by celebrities such as Nafisa Ali among others.
"To curb the pollution, Delhi Government's Odd-Even initiative was a huge success. If possible, it should be implemented once again," actress Nafisa Ali said.
Another protester said: "Delhi has already become a gas chamber... how will people breathe in such pollution."
An emergency cabinet meeting has also been called at the Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's residence in the afternoon.
The meeting is likely to take place at 12:30 pm and will be attended by all the cabinet ministers and the senior officials of health and the environment department.
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