The first batch of four Rafale aircraft will arrive in India by May 2020.
The protest came two days after the Supreme Court rejected pleas to review its judgment, giving a clean chit to the Modi government.
Supreme Court has categorically stated that there is no need for a further probe. Rahul Gandhi’s demand for the JPC probe is precisely about the pricing process of the aircraft deal.
The national capital witnessed a dip in pollution levels on Saturday morning even as the air quality in the city remained in the "severe" category.
The apex court had dismissed all the petitions seeking probe into the jet deal.
In October last year, Sinha, Shourie and Bhushan had moved the Supreme Court, seeking registration of an FIR into Rafale fighter jet deal.
BJP general secretary Bhupender Yadav said that the Congress and Gandhi were exposed by the apex court's verdict.
Lt Gen Vinod Bhatia, Director of Delhi-based think tank Center for Joint Warfare Studies feels politics and military should be kept separate.
In the review petition, there were allegations of irregularities on pricing and doubts were raised on decision making in giving priority to Rafale.
Rahul Gandhi had claimed that Parrikar told him that he (as defence minister) was kept in the dark by PM Narendra Modi about Rafale deal.
Congress' chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said the BJP should stop celebration and the focus should be on the investigation.
The case is another example of how delays not only hit military modernization but also compel the forces to operate old equipment, costing them priceless manpower and resources.
Amit Shah said the order has yet again reaffirmed the Narendra Modi government's credentials as a government which is transparent and corruption-free.
SC's order on Rafale is victory of national security; Rahul, Congress must apologise: Ravi Shankar Prasad
The Supreme Court on Thursday dismissed the review petitions against its verdict in the Rafale deal on grounds that they lacked merit.
The Supreme Court on Thursday gave a clean chit to the Narendra Modi government in the Rafale fighter jets deal case, saying review petitions were without merit.