NEW DELHI: Pakistan’s three-pronged crisis-an economy perpetually on the brink of collapse, a political dispensation dictated by the military, and the scourge of terrorists coming home to roost, is unlikely to ease anytime soon, says India’s former high commissioner to Pakistan Sharat Sabharwal . As for the downgraded bilateral relations, nothing will change until the elections in both nations are done and dusted and new governments are in place next year, he feels.
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