The protesters began their march from Delhi BJP office towards Kejriwal's protest site at Rail Bhavan but were stopped by police and ITBP personnel at Parliament Street.
Demonstrators raising anti-AAP and anti-Kejriwal slogans demanded resignation of Bharti and tried to break barricades and jostled with security personnel.
The protesters along with Goel were detained and taken to Parliament Street Police Station in two buses. They were later released.
Bharti had created a controversy last week when he went to a locality in his constituency of Malviya Nagar, claiming a drug and prostitution ring was being run from a residence and demanded police raid the place.
However, the police had refused saying they have no warrant to do so. The AAP workers allegedly forced a couple of women from Uganda to give urine samples. Their action came under alround attack but the AAP government insists that action should be taken against the police officials.
The BJP is also demanding Bharti's resignation on the ground that he has been indicted by a court for tampering of evidence.