ISLAMABAD - President Asif Ali Zardari has no plans to highlight the critical security challenges confronting the country in the wake of CIA-operated drone strikes when he addresses the joint sitting of the Parliament tomorrow. Spokesperson to the President, Farhatullah Babar, did not oblige in sharing details if any of such plans. Sources privy to these developments believed the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces has no plans to address the drone strikes related challenge in the Parliament. The sources were of the opinion that it would be highly unwise on the part of the President if issues of critical importance are not highlighted and he merely confines to his ceremonial address largely meant for political consumption. The President would highlight the scourge of terrorism and extremism, achievements of the government in line with its counter-terrorism strategy, but not comment over the frequent CIA-operated drone attacks that are a grave violation of Pakistans sovereignty and independence. You never know about the last minute changes in speech of the President. But as of today there is no reference of CIA operated drone attacks, the sources having knowledge of the outline of the President speech added. The President speech, largely focusing on achievements made by the PPP-led ruling coalition during the outgoing parliamentary year, and he being Co-Chairman of the ruling party, has to highlight them. The draft of the speech is full of praises to the PPP government for making landmark achievements.