LAHORE The Central Shoora of the Jamaat-e-Islami has impressed upon the government to pull out of the US so-called war on terror and stop the military operations and adopt the path of dialogue to restore peace in tribal areas. A resolution adopted by the Shoora at its meeting with the JI chief, Syed Munawar Hasan in the chair, urged the Supreme Court to take notice of the extra judicial killings in FATA which went unnoticed for being out of the reach of the media. It demanded of the government to appoint a judicial commission to probe into these. The Shoora called for extending the jurisdiction of the Political Parties Act 2002 to the tribal areas in order to give political and democratic rights to the tribal people. It called upon President Zardari to notify reforms in the FCR in fulfillment of his word. It stressed that the educational institutions in FATA be opened forthwith and a Tribal Assembly be elected in FATA on the pattern of provincial assemblies and this assembly should have the powers to amend the FCR. The JI central body also appealed to the Supreme Court to take notice of the alleged corruption in the development institutions of the tribal areas under the control of the FATA Secretariat and the Political Administration and hold a thorough enquiry into these. The Shoora was of the view that the newly enforced Civil Power Regulation for FATA and PATA areas was only a means to hide the war crimes in the area and to give these a legal cover. It appealed to the Supreme Court to take notice of the new regulation and strike it down and suggested that the jurisdiction of the Parliament and the superior courts be extended to the FATA. It demanded that all the tribal people under detention extra-judicially be freed and the arrests in the name of search operations be stopped.