No reduction regardless of the assist of Pakistan, Turkey and Malaysia to stay in FATF's grey listing

by Jeremy Spirogis
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The International Action Task Force (FATF), a world physique that tracks terrorism funding and cash laundering, has retained Pakistan within the 'grey listing'. It has additionally warned that if Pakistan doesn’t observe 22 out of 27 factors associated to anti cash laundering and counter-terrorism funding, it is going to be placed on the black listing. The closing choice shall be taken on Friday.

At the identical time, FATF put Pakistan within the 'grey listing' in June 2018. Turkey and Malaysia prolonged their assist to Pakistan for being faraway from this listing however didn’t get any reduction. This choice has been taken on the ongoing plenary assembly of the FATF in Paris. <! –

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Organization Take Action: India

Earlier, the FATF had stated that regardless of its strictness, many terrorist teams are receiving monetary assist from their supporters. Meanwhile, India stated that Pakistan is constantly offering monetary help to terrorist organizations like Lashkar-e-Taiba, Jaish-e-Muhammad and Hizbul Mujahideen, so the establishment ought to take motion in opposition to Pakistan.

Be conscious, if Pakistan is blacklisted, it is going to be remoted from the worldwide banking system. In addition, it’s going to additionally must endure strict scrutiny and safety measures on any transaction.

'Terrorists are utilizing numerous mediums'

Earlier, the FATF stated in an announcement that terrorists are utilizing numerous mediums to boost cash. Through social media, they’re trapping new supporters and taking cash and different type of assist from them. Humanitarian assist individuals are additionally falling prey to terrorists. The group stated that it’s monitoring the monetary help given to the terrorists and in addition figuring out the monetary assist.

Pakistan is not a secure haven for terrorist teams: Imran

At the identical time, Pakistan is consistently attempting to keep away from the motion of FATF. Prime Minister Imran Khan stated on Monday that Pakistan is not a secure haven for terrorist teams. The assertion got here at a time when the vital assembly of the FATF is occurring within the French capital, Paris. FATF has now positioned Pakistan within the 'grey' listing. If the FATF shouldn’t be happy with Pakistan's report on this assembly, it may be blacklisted.

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