With regular intervals, the Indian leadership reiterates its well-orchestrated rhetoric by shifting the blame of on-going liberation struggle by the un-armed people of Indian Occupied Kashmir Valley to Pakistan. This time two of the Congress leaders including Minister for External Affairs, S.M. Krishna and Minister of State for Defence Affairs had spoken to the Lok Sabha accusing Pakistan of being behind the Jehadi groups in held Valley and also for posing a potential danger to Indias nuclear facilities. All such statements are issued with a purpose. As and when the environment is slightly conducive to hold composite dialogue between India and Pakistan, Indian leaders unleash propaganda at political and diplomatic levels accusing Pakistan for one thing or another. The singular objective of such campaigns is always to jeopardise the process of negotiations. The process of composite dialogue has been stalled for well over two years on the lean pretext of handing over the culprits of Mumbai attacks to New Delhi. Pakistan, on its part, has long been demanding concrete proofs so that cases against all those involved are registered and necessary action taken. But India continues to be reluctant to enter into a meaningful dialogue mainly because it does not want to address the core issue of Occupied Kashmir. New Delhi always acts like a police man of South Asia trying to dictate its terms for negotiations. But the Minister for Defence Affairs Ram Chandran has gone for a six when he hoodwinked the Indian Parliament accusing Pakistan of posing a potential threat to its nuclear facilities while at the same time stating that New Delhi would abide by the agreement of not attacking first. India has been strengthening its nuclear programme particularly after US President Obama paved the way for it to buy any high tech equipment besides offering it civil nuclear cooperation without having even signed the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT). Pakistan, on its part, must counter Indian moves at all international forums including the United Nations. We must not loose the war of words if it come down to it.