Pakistan’s permanent representative to the United Nations Dr Maliha Lodhi has said that Kashmir is no more an issue for US or Pakistan, but from now on it has turned into “Mission Kashmir”, and this will be a one-point agenda of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s visit to the UNO this time. She was responding to a question during the daily press briefing at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York. The composed Pakistani ambassador’s cinematic and spontaneous response was premeditated, innocent or she knew something the rest of us are yet to notice. She was overconfident or was just trying to create a trendy, new diplomatic term. Whatever was going through her mind, the term ‘Mission Kashmir’ did bring a little smile on everyone’s face in the wake of Uri incident and Mr John Kerry’s cold attitude towards the Kashmir conflict during the PM-Kerry meeting. The ground reality is suggesting otherwise. A face-off between Pakistan and India is not likely, even in the absence of Indian PM Modi, who is not attending the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) Summit this year. Reports from Delhi suggest that the Indian external affairs minister will raise the Uri incident at the session, and the Indian government is gathering, rather fabricating, evidences against Pakistan on their involvement in the attack. This will be the Indian government’s yet another huge cover-up of the atrocities they have committed in recent days in Kashmir, and their bid to shift the blame to Pakistan after condemnation of India by the international community and human rights organisations around the globe.