ISLAMABAD - Terming drone attacks in the countrys tribal areas as counterproductive to the ongoing pursuits against the terrorists, Awami National Party President Asfandyar Wali Khan said that all the political parties and other stakeholders should sit together and evolve some joint strategy to deal with the drone attacks. Talking to reporters here at Khyber-Pakhtunkhawa(KP) House on Sunday after launching fresh membership campaign for the party across the country, Asfandyar said political parties should sit together to evolve some joint strategy to deal with these growing drone attacks in the tribal areas. To a question about the recent visit of Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani along with military leadership to Kabul he termed it a positive move and informed that during the meetings the two sides made a breakthrough, which would augur well for the region in coming days. He further informed that some key stakeholders were included in the delegation to Afghanistan and definitely the issues like drone attacks and the overall situation in the region came under sharp focus. To another question, he said those who were earlier silent over the drone attacks by the Americans were now reacting to these attacks and added that his party had opposed these attacks in the Pakistani territory from day one and it was on record that his party had raised this issue at all fora. To a question about the recent wave of target killings in Karachi, Asfand said that so far only one person, who claimed to be member of ANP, was arrested in target killings and made it loud and clear that his party had nothing to do with such criminal activities. He further said that the only way to help end the target killings in port city was across the board punishment to all those found involved in such acts and once again reiterated his partys demand that blanket operation against miscreants should be launched to bring peace and normalcy to Karachi. Agencies add: Asfand said terrorists had been driven out of KP and now they were restricted only to Fata.