The leaders said that either they should be given the order on their detention or they would move a court to get directions for their release.
Farooq Abdullah asked all parties of J-K to unite in asking the Centre to bring back all detainees lodged outside prisons to the Union Territory on humanitarian grounds.
In a dramatic U-turn, the National Conference (NC) said on Sunday that it will take part in the panchayat elections next month if certain “road blocks” are removed.
Rattan Lal Gupta asked the CEO to advice the party on how these roadblocks, that have been placed in the way of participation, can be overcome.
Hilal Lone had been under preventive detention since August 5 last year when the Centre announced the abrogation of erstwhile Jammu and Kashmir state's special status.
Farooq Abdullah was booked under the PSA in September last year which was reviewed again in December for a period of three months.
Both former Jammu and Kashmir chief ministers were detained after the government abrogated Article 370 last year
Rejecting reports appearing in a section of the media, the NC said it was not working on any deal with the Centre to secure release of its leadership.
Reacting to SC verdict, PDP spokesman Firdous Tak said, “Justice delayed is justice denied.
The party alleged that the envoys have been brought to the Valley on a 'guided tour', where access has been limited to 'handpicked individuals who toe the government line'.
At the meeting, the party strongly condemned detention of its leaders and sought the release of all its detained leaders including former chief ministers Farooq Abdullah and Omar Abdullah.
NC leaders and former Chief Ministers Farooq Abdullah and Omar Abdullah, along with PDP chief and another former Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti continued to be under detention.
National Conference also hoped the change of guard in the Raj Bhavan would usher a new era of confidence for the people of Jammu and Kashmir.
Harsh measures will alienate people, delay in restoration of normalcy in Kashmir: National Conference
The police on Tuesday arrested half-a-dozen women activists during a march to protest the abrogation of provisions of Article 370 and bifurcation of Jammu and Kashmir into union territories.
Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik on Monday directed lifting of an over two-month-old advisory which had asked tourists to leave the Valley due to 'terror threat'.