By Santosh Arora Published: July 11, 2018 0 SHARES Share Tweet Email akistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif (L) walks with his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi after Modi’s arrival in Lahore, Pakistan, December 25, 2015. PHOTO: REUTERS South Asia is currently in a vortex of a very defining election season. In India, though the General Elections are still 10 months away, the country has already started discussing the possibilities and predicting the outcome expected in 2019. The main question dominating all discussions is whether Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will emerge victorious for a second term. At stake next year in the world’s most populous democracy is the idea of India itself. Will the polls ensure the defeat of the divisive forces currently at work, or will we see further consolidation of the majoritarian agenda? In the meantime, the upcoming General Elections in Pakistan have also been occupying the minds of many Indians. With new twists and turns unfolding every day, New Delhi is quietly watching the saga unfold in the nascent democracy of Pakistan.The foremost question in the minds of many Pakistan-watchers in India is regarding the fate of Nawaz Sharif and his party, as we wonder what the consequences will… Read full this story
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