ISLAMABAD - The religio-political parties, which participated in All Parties Conference (APC), are not much optimistic about the implementation of joint resolution approved by over 50 political parties of the country, saying that fate of this joint resolution would not be more or less different from the previous resolutions passed in near past, as the incumbent rulers have not moved forward for its implementation. The sovereignty of the country was also violated the very next day of the this 'joint resolution unanimously passed by the main political and religious parties of the country, remarked the leaders of religio-political parties talking to TheNation. The track record of the incumbent government is unsatisfactory as even the Supreme Courts (SC) decisions are not implemented, said Ameer Jamaat-e-Islami Syed Munawar Hasan. A parliamentary committee that was discussed in APC to oversee the implementation of the resolution should have started its work now, he added. The JI Ameer was of the view that it had become the habit of the incumbent government to put the important things on delay and no measures had so far been taken in this regard. Things are crystal clear so there is no bar to delay it more, Munawar Hasan said, adding that pressure should be increased on the incumbent government to compel it to implement joint resolution approved unanimously by all parties. Having almost same concern, Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (Fazl) spokesman said that country was passing through difficult time so it was the need of the hour to take important steps. Resolutions passed in previous times were not implemented in letter and spirit, but this resolution should not repeated in that way, he said, adding that it was important to take proper steps on resolution immediately. When contacted, President Jamiat Ulema-e-Pakistan (JUP) Dr Sahibzada Abu Al-Khair Zubair said that the basic theme of the resolution was violated the very next day of its approval as drone attacks were carried inside the country. Drone attack strike is tantamount to violation of our sovereignty, he said, adding that committee to oversee the implementation on resolution should have started its work. The working of the committee should practically be seen. He urged the political parties to take practical steps to steer the country out of the crises. Allama Sajid Naqvi from Tehreek Islami said that proper implementation over different points of resolution should have been started now. What the concerned authorities are waiting for...further delay would not be affordable at any cost, he said, adding that implementation over previous resolution was also still pending. The government should take masses into confidence regarding the steps taken for the sovereignty of country, Allama Sajid Naqvi added. It was decided in the APC that there has to be a new direction and policy with a focus on peace and reconciliation. Give peace a chance must be the guiding central principle henceforth. Pakistan must initiate dialogue with a view to negotiate peace with our own people in the tribal areas and a proper mechanism for this be put in place. According to the resolution, defence of Pakistans sovereignty and its territorial integrity is a sacred duty which shall never be compromised. In a bid to review previous resolution, it was decided all earlier unanimous resolutions of the Parliament, the recommendation of the Joint Parliamentary Committee on National Security must be implemented. A parliamentary committee be formed to oversee the implementation of earlier resolutions as well as this resolution and progress on the same be made public on monthly basis.