Political leaders detained in Jammu and Kashmir will be released by the local administration and there will be "no central interference", Home Minister Amit Shah said in parliament on Tuesday. The decision to release them would be that of the local administration, Amit Shah said to questions raised by the Congress in the Lok Sabha. "There is no need or desire to keep anyone (leaders) in jail even for a day more than that is required. As and when the local administration feels the time is appropriate, they will be released. There will be no interference from our side. It is your culture to dial the administration and interfere, not ours," the Home Minister said to a question by Congress's Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury. He also took a dig at the Congress, accusing the party's government in the past of keeping Farooq Abdullah's father Sheikh Abdullah in jail for 11 years.