In an exclusive interview with Mirror now, Historian and Campaigner, Mr Andrew Lownie speaks to Editor Nikunj Garg on the Mountbatten diaries case. Lownie is a campaigner for the Indo-Pak partition truth and answers critical questions about it. He accuses the U. K government of lying and wasting public funds in hiding the truth and states the facts would eventually come out. He also, adds that in case those portions of the letters go public, it may shed new light on the British government. Reportedly, a British tribunal will decide whether Mounbatten's letters can be fully released or not. This comes in a backdrop of an ongoing tribunal in the United Kingdom where a decision about whether Lord Mountbatten's letters can be fully released or not is underway. Lord Mountbatten, the last Viceroy of India had left behind his letters and personal diaries dating back to the 1930s. It holds crucial facts about the British-India relationships and Mountbatten's role during the partition of India.