The year is 1999 and tensions are high as Pakistani troops infiltrate India's side of the Line of Control. This movement violates peace agreements between the two states, and India's Cabinet must calculate their counter and deliberate the future of the Kargil District. However, this development in Pakistani and Indian relations is more complex. In the modern age, India's Cabinet must consider countering the dangers of terrorism and nuclear warfare. With these risks at hand, in addition to the ongoing military conflict in Kashmir, the Cabinet has a long, arduous path ahead in bringing stability and peace to India's territory.