There is going to be much in way of specifics needed in answering the question. Simply put, I think that it is too broad of a question given the work. There are distinct social, economic, and political relationships that are shown in the book in many divergent lights. Specifying would allow a more focused answer to emerge. I think that there is one set of these values present in the Pre- Partition India that Saleem describes, and another set that emerge in the India of Midnight, of Partition. Along these lines, the reader begins to understand the role of a form of economy that is more government driven and socialist in nature, and a form of government that vacillates between democratic and autocratic. Identifying which particular relationships need to be analyzed and, more importantly, where in the book- India or Pakistan- might allow for a more detailed and thorough exploration of the prompt.