QUETTA - The Ameer of Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam (JUI-F) Maulana Fazlur Rehman has said that government has so far failed to implement the recommendations of Council of Islamic Ideology (CII) and warned that if CIIs recommendations were not implemented JUI-F would quit the ruling coalition. 'PPP had pledged to implement the recommendations of CII at earliest, but despite a lapse of one and a half year, no practical steps had been taken, he complained while addressing the concluding session of two day 'Tahaffuz-e-Deeni Madaris conference here on Friday. He strongly condemned the ongoing military drive in Swat and Malakand and termed it the continuity of dictatorial policies of former regime which would harm the national security and democracy. 'A high-level judicial inquiry should be made into launching operation in Malakand and failure of Swat Accord that claimed lives of innocent people and left millions homeless, he demanded. He said that Pakistan had nothing to do with so called war on terror and ,added, that a dictator without consent of people of country through a telephonic call decided to become part of it. He said that US had been badly defeated in Iraq and Afghanistan, adding, that bringing troops inside Pakistan would be a big mistake of US. He said that accord with Sufi Muhammad was a wrong move as it contained many Constitutional and legal flaws that rendered it ineffective and led to unrest. He opposed the use of force in Balochistan and said that operation and use of force was not solution of any political problem. 'In order to bring harmony and solidarity in the country Federation should assure the equal rights to all units, he demanded. He demanded for immediate end to military drive in Swat and other areas and solution of problems through dialogue. Haidri also addressed and condemned the propaganda against religious elements and seminaries. He said that some elements in order to please US was hatching conspiracies against seminaries, adding, that they would not succeed in their designs.