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Discussion in 'Strategic & Foreign Affairs' started by Devil Soul, Jun 28, 2018.
You mean Nasir al Mulk...he looks corrupt from his face...
agar NS ki haqomat hoti to aisa kabhi na hota.
Only Allah knows that
Allah gave us Aql e saleem to use ......not keep it safe in a locker.
Technically Pakistan was placed during pmln government. Simple Google will reveal this.
Hopefully this screws over those corrupt politicians.
Make Pakistan "Pak" again!
Mera khayal hai na ehli kay baad hi sab kuch barbaad ho gaya hai....shayad
googli to abdul qadir marta tha
Uska diya hua bomb chalega
Sher ki beti sherni.....sab theek ho jai ga
But this is good news, Pakistan has not been put on the black list and time has been given till November to Prove its credentials.
Behtar hi hoga inshallah
Lets see how the Pakistani Rupee reacts tomorrow. We may see interbank rate near Rs 125 now.
Three cheers for sunil
But if such behaviour continues, then Black List will come calling in November. Just look at the timing.
Govt lifts ban on ASWJ, unfreezes assets of its chief Ahmed Ludhianvi
In a shocking development, the government has ordered to unfreeze assets of Maulana Ahmed Ludhianvi and removed a ban on his Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamaat (ASWJ) movement.
The National Counter-Terrorism Authority (NACTA) issued on Wednesday a notification in this connection on the recommendations of the Punjab home department.
Ludhianvi is the chief of ASWJ, a proscribed sectarian extremist group, formerly known as Sipah-e-Sahaba. He became the head of ASWJ after the death of Ali Sher Haidri in a 2009 ambush.
Pakistan enacts ambitious reforms to comply with FATF
Ludhianvi, who is also the Joint Secretary of Difa-e-Pakistan Council (DPC), is now allowed to operate his bank accounts which were frozen on the recommendation of Punjab home department.
He is also free to travel abroad as a ban on his movement has been lifted after this notification. He is also allowed to avail purchase and carry arms after securing licence from the competent authority.
The computerised national identity card (CNIC) of Ludhianvi, who had been put on the Fourth Schedule, has also been unblocked and he is allowed to use it for sale and purchase of movable and immoveable properties.
ASWJ protesters block Islamabad expressway after party leader ‘goes missing’
An official source told The Express Tribune that a high-powered review committee of the Punjab home department occasionally reviews cases of people on the Fourth Schedule and recommends lifting of ban if it finds conduct of a person satisfactory.
Interestingly, the decision was made the same day Pakistan had committed to an ambitious 26-point action plan spanning a period of 15 months to avoid being blacklisted by the Financial Action Task Force.
The plan envisages choking the financing of terrorist groups like Da’ish, Haqqani networka, Jamaatud Dawa and its affiliate FIF, LeT, JeM and persons affiliated with the Taliban.
In February 2018, the FATF approved the nomination of Pakistan for monitoring under its International Cooperation Review Group (ICRG) commonly known as Grey List.
If the FATF endorses the 26-point Action Plan, it will formally announce to place Pakistan on the list. In case the FATF rejects the Plan, Pakistan will be on FATF’s Public Statement, being called the Blacklist.