ISLAMABAD - The government has not moved the United Nations against drone strikes in Pakistans tribal areas despite an indication a month ago by the PMs Adviser on Human Rights that the matter would be taken to the world body. Mustafa Nawaz Khokhar had told reporters four weeks ago that the Human Rights Ministry was set to take up the US drone attacks in North and South Waziristan with the UN Special Rapporteur on Extra Judicial Executions. He had also said the legal documentation was underway in this regard Foreign Office spokesperson TehminaJanjua expressed ignorance about the issue. I'm not in knowledge of this issue. There's nothing I can say," she said when approached for comment on the issue. Mr Mustafa is out of the country because of which his point of view could not be obtained. According to the UN-based sources, standard official procedure is that if any state intends to take up human rights violations or breach of its territorial sovereignty with the UN, it gets routed its case through the respective human rights ministry, foreign office, permanent mission of the state concerned in UN and the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR). In Pakistans case, the government's stance against drone strikes is to be documented by the HR Ministry whichwould sendit to Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The Foreign Office, after studying legal aspects, would forward it to Pakistan's Permanent Representative in the UN in New York Ambassador Abdullah HussainHaroon, who would raise the issue with UN.