LAHORE - Jamaat-e-Islami Chief, Syed Munawar Hasan has asked the Army Chief, General Ashfaq Pervez Kayani to make public the results of anti-terror operation conducted under his supervision during the last three years. He expressed these views while talking to the media after inaugurating a MRI Unit at a trust hospital on Tuesday. Syed Munawar has asked the Army Chief to justify the extension in his term by presenting balance-sheet of the anti-terror operation conducted under his supervision and come up with a plan for the next three years. Warning the government not to implement the dictations of the US for starting military operations in North Waziristan and South Punjab, he said that terrorism would spread in all corners of the country if government would undertake any such action. He said the claims were being made of restoring peace in Swat and festivals were being conducted there to give the impression that the people were free there. To confirm the impression, he said, independent media should be allowed to go there, as people were not ready to believe in the press release of the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR). JI chief said that if situation in Swat Valley had improved, as being claimed, then troops should be withdrawn from there or the government sho-uld admit failure of its policy. Coming hard on Washington, he said that Washington was wooing Taliban in Afghanistan to negotiation table but was barring Islamabad from the same for establishing peace in its tribal areas. Referring to the ongoing target-killing spree in Karachi, Syed Munawar said the port city had been left at the mercy of terrorists, as ruling coalition partners were exposing each others role in the deteriorated law and order. Predicting foreign agenda at work behind target-killings in Sindh and Balochistan, JI chief said it was aimed at creating anarchy in the country to propagate that Pakistans nuclear assets were unsafe and these should be given under international supervision. Syed Munawar alleged that US-based Blackwater could be involved in the Data Darbar suicide bombings, while the interior minister Rehman Malik was defending the agency. Replying to a query, he said the decision regarding forming alliance with any political force would be made at the time of next elections, however, he did not know whether the next elections would be 'midterm or full term.