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A little while after the Kargil debacle, the President of Pakistan, in an unprecedented move declares that he is willing to resolve the Kashmir Issue with New Delhi; recognize the Line of Control as sacrosanct treat it the international boundary between the two nations and comb out the non-state actors. This windfall is hailed by the Indians obviously, and the different International Agencies.
Amidst the mixed reaction among Pakistanis across different levels, there is an extremely unhappy man. He is Aamir Ben Kalish, empire builder and king maker one of the most powerful businessmen of Pakistan. He delegates a small trio of his trusted aides to intervene before the treaty is signed to silence the President Permanently.
From the dusty quarters of Lahore to the hot and humid lanes of Calcutta, the story sprints to deliver to the President his gift for forgetting Pakistan's geo-strategic imperative, for being the unnecessary cavalier. The bomb, the bomber, his handlers none of them can be traced; for none of them officially exist.