Active in india Terrorist organizations Pakistan (Pakistan), which failed to take action against bosses like Masood Azhar and Hafiz Saeed of the Terrorist Organization, has no signs of getting relief from the sanctions. According to officials, organizations monitoring the operation on Pak terrorist organizations and their funding FATF (FATF) will remain in the gray list.
Officials say that the Financial Action Taskforce (FATF) had sent a 27-point action plan to Pakistan for relief, but it could not meet the important targets related to the hard attack on terrorism. It failed to take action against UN-banned militants such as Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar, Lashkar-e-Taiba chief Hafiz Saeed and the organization’s operational commander Zaki ur Rehman Lakhvi. FATF was surprised how this time four thousand names disappeared from Pakistan’s list of 7600 terrorists.
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The session of the digital meeting of the FATF will run from 21-23 October. There will be a review of Pakistan’s action against money laundering and terrorists funding. The official said that the FATF had given a total of 27 targets to Pakistan to stop terrorist funding, but only 21 of them have been met.
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The FATF is surprised that more than 4,000 names suddenly disappeared from Pakistan’s original list of 7600 terrorists under Schedule Five of the Anti-Terrorism Act. In such a situation, it is almost certain that Pakistan will remain in the gray list of FATF. The four countries that recommended Pakistan to be included in the gray list are not satisfied with Pakistan’s steps. Azhar, Saeed and Lakhvi are the most wanted terrorists to be involved in many terrorist attacks in India. Apart from the United Nations, the US has declared a huge reward on these terrorist commanders.
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