A simple action of safeguarding ones security and integrity has created so much commotion in the media especially in the television that it looks as if India and Pakistan have gone on war. What India did against Naga insurgents was its fundamental duty to safeguard the nation against any such elements. Why Pakistan has reacted so vehemently belies the stand that nation has been taking till date. Pakistan has been critical of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s statement in Bangladesh. Even Defence Minister Parrikar’s statement, those who ‘fear India’s new posture too has created reaction.’ Even the Pak Senate went ahead against India saying, ‘will hit back if India tries Myanmar repeat’. Has the situation reached that level or is it not premature on Pakistan to react in such a way? But Pakistan can support an operation like 26/11 and India despite giving all the evidence it refused to take action against mastermind Lakhvi and others and Mumbai blast mastermind Dawood Ibrahim, who has been sheltered by Pakistan. What Pakistan expects from India to stay silent and continue to bear its actions in Jammu and Kashmir by supporting militants and secessionist elements. India this time acted well in time and did not sit over the situation. Such an action surely would change the security perception in the continent. As far as Pakistan talking about using nuclear weapon this threat was there even during the 1999 Kargil War. The outcome everyone knows. Pakistan should come out of its outdated and moribund approach. Terror has not spared that country too. It would be good if it joins hands with India in fighting terror and to step up peace in the continent rather than involving in saber rattling. As far as action in eastern sector is concerned it was not a retaliatory one as perceived but was of an pre-emptive nature because the inputs indicated Naga militants were planning a large scale operation against Indian Army. Pakistan need not worry about Indian intentions but should not take India for a test ride also.