Would three ceasefire violations by Pakistani troops and many major attempts to smuggle heroin, so far in 2014, worth Rs 415 crores seized by BSF be significant enough indications about the future of the recent meetings between Directors General of Military Operations and the border guarding forces of India and Pakistan? The first violation and two smuggling attempts were on 21 December and the other two violations on 26 and 29 December 2013. Many more attempts to smuggle heroin into India thereafter across the international boundary in Punjab, raise the possibility of a change in modus operandi. While the total haul of 01 kg heroin packets worth Rs. 5 crore each, till 04 March 2014, was Rs. 415 crore, there have been mores attempts thereafter. Heroin comes from poppy grown in Afghanistan and controlled by terrorist groups. Substantial amounts of fake Indian currency notes being smuggled into India along with heroin is a sure indication of the involvement of terrorist groups and Pak’s Inter Services Intelligence.