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FATF And Pakistan

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FATF And Pakistan

The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) is an international body with over 200 member countries. Apparently its purpose is to stop funding for terrorism and money laundering. Pakistan was included in the gray list in 2018, which meant that Pakistan has failed to stop terrorist acts. Terrorists can easily fund here, Pakistan religious fanatic groups are widely active and terrorist organizations including Jaish-e-Muhammad and Lashkar-e-Taiba are involved in terrorism in other countries. Therefore, global and regional peace is under serious threat from Pakistan’s Foreign Remittance Policy, Terror Funding. Therefore, the country should immediately change its foreign exchange, counter-terrorism and other laws. Due to which Pakistan was included in the gray list. Pakistan’s inclusion in the gray list was a complete failure of the country’s economic policy, domestic policy and defense policy.

Respected Pakistani’s should remember that these so-called people who stood up not to respect Pakistan but to blacklist Pakistan.#FATF pic.twitter.com/xNDy3kGtlU

— Hafeez Khan🇵🇰🇵🇸 (@iAmHafeezkhan) September 16, 2020

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 Pakistan’s foreign ministry has failed to stop India’s propaganda that Pakistan is not spreading terrorism in Kashmir but the freedom movement is going on there. . Millions of atheists, Qadianis and homosexuals travel to European countries every year to seek political asylum in Pakistan on the basis of religious fanaticism. 3. Pakistan’s foreign ministry and intelligence agencies had a duty to trace these individuals, wage a legal battle against their asylum applications and, above all, devise effective plans against those leaving the country illegally. But that did not happen. We privatized the Kashmir jihad under which jihadi organizations were nurtured and then we failed to control the whole situation. When the FATF included Pakistan in the gray list, why did it not try to resolve the issue immediately by taking steps while remaining independent? Finally when the FATF started giving dates and deadlines that if Pakistan does not implement the recommendations of the institution for such a long time then the country will be blacklisted then we came up with the idea of ​​legislation. Currently, Iran and North Korea are the only two countries that are blacklisted by the FATF. Is Pakistan involved in such activities? Certainly not. In fact, the inclusion of Pakistan in the gray list was a deliberate conspiracy of India and other countries, and we not only failed to thwart this conspiracy but also took steps on soft and acceptable terms by involving Parliament. Not taken. It is important to clear up a misunderstanding here. The FATF is not a single law but four laws have been amended under it. These are called FATF related laws. 1. Anti-Terrorism Act, 2020 2. Foreign Exchange Regulation Act, 2020 3 Mutual Legal Assistance Act. 2020: 4. Islamabad Capital Territory Waqf Properties Act, 2020 Mutual Legal Assistance Act was abolished today. Under 2020, foreign governments will have freedom of inquiry in Pakistan. Foreign citizens can ask a citizen of Pakistan, which is against the basic human rights under the Constitution of Pakistan. A citizen can be detained for ninety days. The most affected will be NGOs that operate on a small scale under their auspices. Parliament has simultaneously amended several laws, many of which are unconstitutional. In fact, the country’s integrity has been compromised and in practice the country has been enslaved by global moneylenders. What is initially unfolding is extremely tragic, there will be more horrific revelations over time.

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