In the midst of untruth, truth persists. For years Pakistan's internal genocide has been kept sealed off from the world. The screams haven't been heard. But that changed on August 15 when the Indian Prime Minister put the world spotlight on the mass graves.
Facing war crimes charges and sanctions, Pakistan today claims that any asylum to Baloch leaders would tantamount to harbouring terrorists.Islamabad fears a Baloch govt in exile in India that could prick its bubble of international lies at every step.
It's a sign of a country being held up a mirror of what it is and not being able to digest what it sees.