1. In the intro, mention the recent breakdown of civil-military relations in Pakistan.
2. In the body, mention that India has rarely been a decisive player in Pakistan’s internal politics. Next, mention the crises through which Pakistan is going such as strained relations between government and the military, economic crisis, militant religious movements, and worsening external conditions such as downward trends in relations with the Gulf states and the West. All this should be an occasion for India to reflect on the long-term regional consequences of Pakistan’s internal turbulence.
3. Conclude by mentioning that unlike elsewhere in the neighborhood, Delhi’s leverage in Pakistan’s politics is terribly limited. But it is by no means negligible.