Much has already been written and said on this topic, yet as a candid researcher, writer and adviser I would like to touch some specific points that are related to this debate. The term collateral damage that is tactically applied to the civilian casualties is not fair and befitting to the international norms of humanity in so far as this term by all means expediently serves to defend the use of brutal force that unjustifiably kills innocent civilians. The US's strategy- to expose/ target or to kill the Al-Qaeeda terrorists by using the drones in the Pakistani territory of North/ South Waziristan-does reflect certain policy-punctures/gaps/crticism. The public remonstrance shown by the people of Pakistan as well as the diplomatic policy reservations expressed by the government of Pakistan regarding the use of drones in Fata seem highly warranted.The attacks do question the issue of sublime national sovereignty that is the most expanding echo of the Pakistani nation , on this very ongoing war on terror in Afghanistan-joint Pakistani territory. Therefore, the latest solicitation of the Pakistani government that the US government should supply the drone technology to the Pakistani government is the only way out to cover the policy gap that is related to the use of the drones attack in Pakistan.