After the 11 September 2001 attacks by the Pakistan-Afghanistan trained terrorists on the World Trade Centre andthe Pentagon, Pakistan polity is undergoing a series of convulsions. Immediately, the official honey-mooning with the Taliban-al-Qaida was given up and the US was invited, willy-nilly, to fight terrorism from Pakistani soil. The ISI was overhauled and abruptly its character on Afghanistan was officially revised. Similarly, the state was forced to act against the Jihadi organisations whom it had nurtured for more than two decades. Even on the Kashmir issue, officially Pakistan was forced to tone down is stand by the international community.