ISLAMABAD - Relating to the resentment triggered by the CIAs drone campaign in North Waziristan, a parliamentarian from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa says that he has completed all the legal documentation to move International Court of Justice (ICJ) against drone attacks. Talking to The Nation on Thursday, Member National Assembly (MNA) Nawabzada Khawaja Muhammad Khan Hoti said that he had contacted prominent lawyers including Barrister Zahoor, Barrister Gohar and two law professors at Peshawar University in order to represent his case in ICJ against the drone attacks. Barrister Zahoor had represented Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) chief Mian Nawaz Sharif in the famous plane hijack case, while Barrister Gohar is the colleague of known lawyer and PPP leader Barrister Chaudhry Aitzaz Ahsan. Hoti said that he was preparing legal documentation to move ICJ since February this year. Due to some legal hitches and my personal engagements including my departure to Saudi Arabia for performing Umrah, the matter is a bit delayed but hopefully I would bring the drone attacks case to ICJ in a month or so, Hoti said who had just returned from Saudi Arabia on Thursday. The MNA said that he would discuss the issue of drone attacks in a Pakhtun Jirga scheduled to take place in Peshawar on the 27th of this month. This Jirga would be attended by tribal elders, politicians and noted personalities from Pakistan and Afghanistan. The input of the Jirga participants would help me represent my case in Hague more forcefully and clearly, he said. Last month 41 innocent people were killed by the drone hit in NWA, this time eight innocent people have died, this barbaric practice needs to be stopped, Hoti commented referring to March 17 and last Wednesdays drone hits. The federal and KP governments follow the blind dictation of the US, its the people who have to take initiative against the CIAs assassination campaign. According to the last months report of Conflict Monitoring Centre (CMC) at least 89 people were killed and 90 others injured in 12 drone strikes inside Pakistan during March 2011. More than half of those killed and 80 out of 90 injured were civilians, the report said. Political parties have reacted strongly to Wednesdays drone hit asking the government to authorise Pakistans Armed Forces to shoot down the US unmanned predators hovering unlawfully in Pakistans territorial jurisdiction.