The protesters, holding placards and the national flag, were planning to march from Chand Bagh to Rajghat.
Speakers at the protest site kept coming, delivering endless speeches with crowd cheering every time something interesting is said.
Azad gathered his supporters to protest against the CAA hours before the bail condition that he must refrain from visiting Delhi for four weeks comes into effect at 9 pm on Friday.
The Union Home Ministry said the act under which non-Muslim refugees from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan will be given Indian citizenship, will come into force from January 10.
Lalrosanga, a former Director of Doordarshan, told that he had voted for the CAA as per the decision of the party.
The BJP-led government announced an education-related scheme for the children of employees of two closed HPCL units along with two other schemes.
A total of 16 witnesses deposed before the Tribunal for it to come out with a fact-finding report on the incident.
Amir Naqvi said the court also asked all the people who were granted bail to not try to tamper with the evidence.
Priyanka Gandhi said that it is the moral duty of the government to allow the child's mother to return home.
Several countries such as the USA, the UK, the UAE, Canada, Taiwan etc had issued travel advisories to their citizens asking them not to visit Assam now.
Tens of thousands of people took part at a rally in Dibrugarh on Tuesday. At another protest rally in Tezpur of northern Assam, the leaders of the AASU reiterated that the protests would continue.
Meanwhile, protesters who sought permission to gather at Chepauk on Friday were also denied permission. However the protesters carried on with their plan.
The state continued to remain peaceful despite the statewide spontaneous protests staged by people from all walks of life.
Two cases were registered at Seelampur and Jafrabad police stations for rioting, assault on public servant and property damage against unknown persons.
The court after a while also sent the other four --Yunus Khan, Jumman, Anal Hassan, Anwar Kala -- to judicial custody.