Observing India tends to make people more libertarian. At least parts of the private sector are quite vibrant, and the heavy hand of government can be seen in many places. Plus you might think “the country is too big in the first place,” so you will be thinking in terms of decentralization, and devolving power to the states and union territories, rather than strengthening the central authority.
Observing Pakistan tends to make people more statist. The private sector has fewer well-known successes. The central authority appears too weak, and problems with insufficient tax revenue are extreme, even for a developing economy. As for federal income tax, there are only about 1.2 million active taxpayers, in a country of over 200 million people. The very pleasant Islamabad aside, urban public goods seem underprovided, even relative to Indian cities.
It is an interesting question which countries at least seem to provide evidence for which sets of political views.