The South-Asian region has faced a major crisis since the last few weeks of March
India's neighbour to the West has faced a major constitutional crisis, where the country witnessed a first-ever political overturn of the highest offices of the country. PM Imran Khan lost the majority to the Pakistan Muslim League (Sharif)'s candidate Shahbaz Sharif
Notably, the Imran Khan was at odds with the Army over the appointment of the ISI chief. Further, now the new PM under his slogan of 'Purana Pakistan' is sending a delegation to IMF to resolve his country's looming economic crisis.
Further, Sharif has also said that he wants peace and goodwill with his neighbouring country, India
Down South, Island-country of Sri Lanka is witnessing a major upheaval due to current account deficits and the official default of the country's sovereign bonds
The Rajapaksa brothers are facing a number of protests due to their failure to handle the crisis and driving the country into ruin
India has turned out to be a major supporter in the times of crisis since it has extended multiple billion-dollar credit lines to the starving nation to set its path right
Further, this has helped India in gaining the ground that it had lost to China years ago
To its east, Myanmar has been under a Military coup since February 2021 with Nobel Laureate Aung San Sui Kyi under arrest.
While India resited from engaging with the army in the initial days however off lately it realised the importance of keeping its interests intact which was followed by a visit of foreign secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla to Myanmar.