Pakistan makes jeans for the world’s leading brands at €3 a piece. The country has a handful of multi-millionaires and armies of workers earning slave wages. Cheap labour is an irresistible draw for Europe’s textile industry, much of which has moved its business to Pakistan. The other side of the coin is that many Pakistanis have immigrated to cities in Europe in search of a better life. Pakistan’s society is split between a Westernized elite and Islamic militants, who were armed and trained by the Pakistan army and the US during the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. But the attacks on New York’s World Trade Center in 2001 radically changed US policy towards Pakistan. We visited Islamabad, Lahore and the Gujarat region. The report reveals a society that silently shrouds the violence and injustice suffered by nearly half of the population.