Around 5,000 people participated in the protest despite being denied permission by the Delhi Police.
The protestors demanded that cases be registered against those who had perpetrated violence against dalits on May 9. They also demanded that the affected families be awarded a compensation of Rs 10 lakh.
Bhim Army founder Chandrashekhar, who is accused of sharing an objectionable video on social media and disrupting the communal harmony in Saharanpur, was also present at the event.
The activists also demanded that the FIRs lodged against Chandrashekhar and other dalit activists be cancelled and a judicial probe be initiated into the incidents of clashes at Saharanpur.
Meanwhile, the police stepped up security at the protest site.
Clashes had erupted on May 5 in Saharanpur's Shabbirpur village after some of its dalit residents refused to allow a procession by Thakurs (upper caste men) to mark the birth anniversary of Rajput king Maharana Pratap.
Members of the dalit community had then tried to hold a 'mahapanchayat' on May 9 in Gandhi Park in the city to demand compensation and relief to those affected in the May 5 clashes but their request was turned down by the administration, following which they took to the streets.
In the violence that followed, dalit protesters allegedly set fire to a police post and over a dozen two-wheelers in several areas of the city.