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    National Security Committee meeting takes important decisions
    6 Jul, 2018

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    ISLAMABAD – Prime Minister Justice (Retd) Nasir-ul-Mulk chaired the 26th meeting of the National Security Committee at Prime Minister’s House on Friday.

    The meeting was attended by Minister for Defence Lt Gen (R) Naeem Khalid Lodhi, Minister for Foreign Affairs Abdullah Hussain Haroon, Minister for Finance Shamshad Akhtar, Minister for Interior Muhammad Azam Khan, Minister for Law/Information Syed Ali Zafar, Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee General Zubair Mahmood Hayat, Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi, Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan, Director General ISI Lt Gen Naveed Mukhtar and senior civil and military officials.

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    Minister for Finance Ms. Shamshad Akhtar gave a detailed presentation to the participants about the deliberations during meetings of Financial Action Task Force and International Cooperation Review Group held in Paris.

    Details of the Action Plan and the way forward were also discussed during the meeting. The committee appreciated the efforts of the finance minister and her team at the forum.

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    The participants reiterated a firm commitment to fulfilment of obligations regarding combating money laundering and terror financing. The meeting reviewed the overall economic situation in the country. The finance minister made a detailed presentation on state of economy.
     
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    Economic terrorism is eroding the foundations of the state Institutions.
     
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    Especially since the verdict in Avenfield Reference, if State continued its drive against corruption without any difference, very hopeful to see that Pakistan will make it to green by next. Not to forget that the strong political corrupt mafia/gang is responsible for all this. Money laundering and then reminds of HBL getting the brunt in NY which surely was NS transaction. Then remember all the transaction made under veil, either by Zardari or Nawaz Sharif, as not mentioned in documents, are the evidence that world treats as economic terrorism funding.

    If we get rid of this mafia and bring down the so-called corrupt empire, I am sure, Pakistan will have enough on hand to prove contrary to our rival's efforts and walk out cleanly from FATF. All in all, we merely need to grill people like Nawaz, Ishaq Dar, Zardari etc and we will have enough to save the country. Till now, political elite has been sacrificing Pakistan over their own & personal gains, money or foreign properties for which, indeed their handlers supported and helped widely which in the end served them at large as Pakistan being harmed and assets gains.

    Its time to drive offensively against such threats and secure Pakistan. Our internal cleaning drive would almost counter external threat and there will be very less to deal with. Till now, hostiles have been harming us only because we are not able to done the needed in-house accountability.
     
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