Pakistan on FATF's grey list, decision on Friday
Pakistan on FATF's grey list, decision on Friday
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FATF, a global terrorist funding watchdog, has recommended keeping Pakistan in the 'gray list' on Tuesday, February 18, 2020. Where he found that Pakistan has failed to control terrorist funding. But the final decision on Pakistan is going to be taken on 21 February 2020 i.e. Friday.

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In the meeting of the International Cooperation Review Group (ICRG) of the ongoing FATF in Paris that Pakistan will remain in the gray list for the time being. There is no possibility of blacklisting him. But the final decision on Pakistan will be taken after 3 days when the FATF is about to hold its important meeting. It is also being said that at the moment his meetings are going on for a week. Meanwhile, in his defense, Pakistan has sent terrorist leader Hafiz Saeed to a total of 11 years imprisonment in two cases of terrorist funding. This ostensible decision of the Pakistani court has been taken to please the FATF and Western countries.

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India has established in international forums in the last few years that Pakistan is regularly Lashkar-e-Taiba, Jaish-e-Muhammad And it is helping all kinds of terrorist organizations like Hizbul Mujahideen. All these terrorist organizations work against India on the instigation of Pakistan. Wherever India has appealed to the FATF that it will have to be strict against Pakistan.

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