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Former interior minister Rehman Malik has also written a letter
to Prime Minister Imran Khan urging him to file a petition in the
International Court of Justice (ICJ) against FATF’s discrimination
and continued victimisation of Pakistan. — APP/File


ISLAMABAD: Former interior minister Rehman Malik has written a letter to FATF President Dr Marcus Pleyer, seeking a probe into India’s role in keeping Pakistan on the grey list of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF)

He has also written a letter to Prime Minister Imran Khan urging him to file a petition in the International Court of Justice (ICJ) against FATF’s discrimination and continued victimisation of Pakistan.

In his letter to the FATF president, Mr Malik, who is also chairman of the Institute of Research and Reforms, called for investigating the confessional statement of the Indian foreign minister by a special team of FATF to expose the truth.

He said India was behind keeping Pakistan in the grey list, adding FATF was not taking Pakistan out of the grey list due to political pressure and influence by some countries.

In his confessional statment, the Indian foreign minister stated: “Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) government led by Narendra Modi ensured that Pakistan remained on the ‘grey list’ of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF). Due to us, Pakistan is under the lens of FATF and it is kept on the grey list.”

Mr Malik said the confession by the Indian foreign minister had raised a big question on the integrity and transparency of FATF and confirmed the Indian involvement in pushing Pakistan into the grey list.

“Unfortunately, FATF has not yet moved any action against Indian minister to prove the neutrality of FATF,” he said.

“Despite clear evidence of involvement in terror financing, money laundering and even in heinous crimes of nuclear proliferation, India is being spared and no legal action is being initiated against it by FATF,” the letter added.

He noted that some inimical countries were using FATF as a tool to put Pakistan under pressure with ulterior motives.

In his letter to the prime minister, he said the continued victimisation of Pakistan by the FATF was of great concern to the people of the country since it was not only damaging its economy but also its credibility internationally.

He said Pakistan has been on the grey list since June 2018 and in every plenary session FATF decides that Pakistan will continue to remain on the grey list.

He said it was discrimination against Pakistan especially when its compliance was more than 88pc in fulfilling the demands of FATF.

He said it was strange that many other states with more non-compliance to FATF were enjoying absolute immunity. “USA has non-compliance of 22.5pc, France 2pc, Israel 12.5pc and Japan 27.5pc but none of these states is placed on the grey list.

 

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Former interior minister Rehman Malik has also written a letter
to Prime Minister Imran Khan urging him to file a petition in the
International Court of Justice (ICJ) against FATF’s discrimination
and continued victimisation of Pakistan. — APP/File


ISLAMABAD: Former interior minister Rehman Malik has written a letter to FATF President Dr Marcus Pleyer, seeking a probe into India’s role in keeping Pakistan on the grey list of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF)

He has also written a letter to Prime Minister Imran Khan urging him to file a petition in the International Court of Justice (ICJ) against FATF’s discrimination and continued victimisation of Pakistan.

In his letter to the FATF president, Mr Malik, who is also chairman of the Institute of Research and Reforms, called for investigating the confessional statement of the Indian foreign minister by a special team of FATF to expose the truth.

He said India was behind keeping Pakistan in the grey list, adding FATF was not taking Pakistan out of the grey list due to political pressure and influence by some countries.

In his confessional statment, the Indian foreign minister stated: “Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) government led by Narendra Modi ensured that Pakistan remained on the ‘grey list’ of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF). Due to us, Pakistan is under the lens of FATF and it is kept on the grey list.”

Mr Malik said the confession by the Indian foreign minister had raised a big question on the integrity and transparency of FATF and confirmed the Indian involvement in pushing Pakistan into the grey list.

“Unfortunately, FATF has not yet moved any action against Indian minister to prove the neutrality of FATF,” he said.

“Despite clear evidence of involvement in terror financing, money laundering and even in heinous crimes of nuclear proliferation, India is being spared and no legal action is being initiated against it by FATF,” the letter added.

He noted that some inimical countries were using FATF as a tool to put Pakistan under pressure with ulterior motives.

In his letter to the prime minister, he said the continued victimisation of Pakistan by the FATF was of great concern to the people of the country since it was not only damaging its economy but also its credibility internationally.

He said Pakistan has been on the grey list since June 2018 and in every plenary session FATF decides that Pakistan will continue to remain on the grey list.

He said it was discrimination against Pakistan especially when its compliance was more than 88pc in fulfilling the demands of FATF.

He said it was strange that many other states with more non-compliance to FATF were enjoying absolute immunity. “USA has non-compliance of 22.5pc, France 2pc, Israel 12.5pc and Japan 27.5pc but none of these states is placed on the grey list.

asked who? India? I mean FATF? Its head said himself that Indiaand its Western allies have no intention of putting Pakistan on green list. even if it complies eith everything much more Pakistan specific and non FATF requirements will be imposed on Pakistan.

what investigation?
 

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Its head said himself that India and its Western allies have no intention of putting Pakistan on green list. even if it complies with everything much more Pakistan specific and non FATF requirements will be imposed on Pakistan.

Is there a source for this claim, please?
 

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If Pakistan's terror financing activities are affecting India then why will India not pursuade other countries to put you in blacklist. It is for other countries to make the judgment call.

Influence over such bodies are always political. It seems Pakistani politicians are naive.


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This indiot troll is spreading FAKE news about Pakistan sponsoring terrorism. Is this acceptable?
 
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While reiterating that Pakistan has made "progress", the FATF president said: "We strongly urge completion of the plan by Pakistan."

He said Pakistan "must improve their investigations and prosecutions of all groups and entities financing terrorists and their associates and show that penalties by courts are effective. As soon as Pakistan shows it has completed these items, FATF will verify and members of FATF will vote."

Responding to a question by an Indian journalist about prosecution of terrorists in Pakistan, Pleyer clarified that the FATF was not an investigative organization. "What we assess is the entire system of anti-money laundering [and] the framework. This does not change with incidents per se," he said.

"What is now essential is that Pakistan completes the action plan."
talking bullshit, indian style. you believing your own fantasies to be factual won't do it.

on the Indian wish for Pakistan to be on blacklist
The FATF president noted that Pakistan was working towards its commitment made at a high level to implement the illicit financing watchdog's recommendations, saying "this is not the time to put the country on the blacklist".

He added that as soon as Pakistan completed the action, the watchdog "will verify the sustainability of the reforms and discuss in next plenary in June".

~copied from Dawn and others~
No problem as long as you can convince others about measures. Pakistan is not in blacklist is mainly thanks to 3 countries. Pakistan is grey list mainly thanks to all others. Have a good day.
 

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If Pakistan's terror financing activities are affecting India then why will India not pursuade other countries to put you in blacklist. It is for other countries to make the judgment call.

Influence over such bodies are always political. It seems Pakistani politicians are naive.

On the contrary, Indian's terror financing activities to fund and arm NDS and TTP through their training camps in Afghanistan are the reasons India should be on the FATF black list.
If it wasn't political campaign and your big dady USA was not behind it, India would have ended up all kind difficulties on international level due to its rule in Afghanistan for over 20 years.
Don't think other countries are stupid or blind, they know exactly what Indians were doing in Afghanistan. There are confessional statements of Indians that they were involved in terrorism to attack and weakened Pakistan. We can start with your terrorist NSA Doval, he has confessed to it.
 

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If Pakistan's terror financing activities are affecting India then why will India not pursuade other countries to put you in blacklist. It is for other countries to make the judgment call.

Influence over such bodies are always political. It seems Pakistani politicians are naive.
TTP, BLA, BLF, BRAS, UBA?
 

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Former interior minister Rehman Malik has also written a letter
to Prime Minister Imran Khan urging him to file a petition in the
International Court of Justice (ICJ) against FATF’s discrimination
and continued victimisation of Pakistan. — APP/File


ISLAMABAD: Former interior minister Rehman Malik has written a letter to FATF President Dr Marcus Pleyer, seeking a probe into India’s role in keeping Pakistan on the grey list of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF)

He has also written a letter to Prime Minister Imran Khan urging him to file a petition in the International Court of Justice (ICJ) against FATF’s discrimination and continued victimisation of Pakistan.

In his letter to the FATF president, Mr Malik, who is also chairman of the Institute of Research and Reforms, called for investigating the confessional statement of the Indian foreign minister by a special team of FATF to expose the truth.

He said India was behind keeping Pakistan in the grey list, adding FATF was not taking Pakistan out of the grey list due to political pressure and influence by some countries.

In his confessional statment, the Indian foreign minister stated: “Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) government led by Narendra Modi ensured that Pakistan remained on the ‘grey list’ of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF). Due to us, Pakistan is under the lens of FATF and it is kept on the grey list.”

Mr Malik said the confession by the Indian foreign minister had raised a big question on the integrity and transparency of FATF and confirmed the Indian involvement in pushing Pakistan into the grey list.

“Unfortunately, FATF has not yet moved any action against Indian minister to prove the neutrality of FATF,” he said.

“Despite clear evidence of involvement in terror financing, money laundering and even in heinous crimes of nuclear proliferation, India is being spared and no legal action is being initiated against it by FATF,” the letter added.

He noted that some inimical countries were using FATF as a tool to put Pakistan under pressure with ulterior motives.

In his letter to the prime minister, he said the continued victimisation of Pakistan by the FATF was of great concern to the people of the country since it was not only damaging its economy but also its credibility internationally.

He said Pakistan has been on the grey list since June 2018 and in every plenary session FATF decides that Pakistan will continue to remain on the grey list.

He said it was discrimination against Pakistan especially when its compliance was more than 88pc in fulfilling the demands of FATF.

He said it was strange that many other states with more non-compliance to FATF were enjoying absolute immunity. “USA has non-compliance of 22.5pc, France 2pc, Israel 12.5pc and Japan 27.5pc but none of these states is placed on the grey list.

کیا پدی اور کیا پدی کا شوربہ
 

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