ISLAMABAD - President Asif Ali Zardari on Saturday rang up Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam (Fazl) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman and requested him to end the boycott of the Parliamentary Committee on National Security (PCNS) proceedings.Though President Zardari could not get affirmative nod from Fazl but sources claimed that the ice had melted and Fazl partly agreed to join the crucial meeting of the PCNS on Monday (tomorrow), which was deliberating on the set of recommendations it had prepared for the Parliament to redefine the foreign policy contours.Parliamentary sources informed TheNation that Fazl was not in favour of restoring the Nato supplies and had made it clear many a times in past that his party would not support the move if the proposal of Nato supply resumption via Pakistan would be brought before the Parliament for assent. According to the JUI-F spokesman, President Zardari during telephonic chat lamented the attitude of some elements towards Fazl in the Parliament and terming it inappropriate also assured action against them.  The president urged Fazl to participate in the PCNS meeting and play his role in other parliamentary committees also. According to spokesman, Fazl, in this telephonic talk, said that JUI-F Shoora would take decision relating to end boycott of the PCNS proceedings, and he alone could not take any such decision.  Fazl further said that restoration of Nato supplies would harm the country and government should also keep in view the reservations on the bill relating to the proposed law against domestic violence.