After Its Own Farcical Election, Why Pakistan Is Obsessing Over India Polls | South Asia Diary | Hindustan Times
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After Its Own Farcical Election, Why Pakistan Is Obsessing Over India Polls | South Asia Diary

The recent elections in Pakistan were all marred by controversies, including the all-powerful Army's interference and widespread allegations of corruption and voter fraud. The courts in Pakistan have all been flooded with petitions as the PTI-backed candidates challenged the results of the general elections. However, the country managed to form a new parliament amid the unrest, electing Shehbaz Sharif as prime minister for a second term. As the major election in Pakistan is over now, the country now seems to be putting its focus on the polls in India. Watch this episode of South Asia Diary as Strategic Affairs Expert Sushant Sareen decodes to know the 'delusion understanding' of Pakistan about Indian polls and the big 'Modi' factor causing a worry for Islamabad. SOUTH ASIA DIARY

 
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