Sunday, September 25, 2022

Imran Khan’s stalled breath, now Pakistan will stop hookah water

Sanjeev Trivedi, New Delhi: These days, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s breath is stuck. In a way, where the demand to oust him from power is continuously increasing in Pakistan. At the same time, they are also afraid that the world community should not stop their hookah water. Actually, Pakistan has become a safe haven for terrorists. Now Pakistan will not be able to wash the eyes of the world for long. In the midst of all this, the meeting of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) is going to start on February 22. This year the meeting will be held in a virtual manner. The four-day meeting will decide whether to place Pakistan in the gray list.

Pakistan is afraid that somewhere in this meeting it should be removed from the gray list and put in the black list. However, to avoid getting into the black list, Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi is constantly begging. Pakistan officials believe that Pakistan will remain on the gray list until at least June.

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Let us know that FATF currently has 39 full members. Pakistan needs at least three votes to avoid being on the black list, while it needs about 15 votes to avoid being out of the gray list. Pakistan will get three votes from its allies China, Turkey and Malaysia to avoid the black list, but it may have to struggle to get out of the gray list, as it also has approval from 12 of the 39 members of the FATF. Will be needed, which he is not able to achieve at the moment.

At the same time, Pakistan still has to meet 13 of the 27 criteria set by the FATF. Pakistan had so far failed to meet six of the 27 criteria given to stop the financing of terror. He was also not quick to ban and prosecute those involved in the financing of terror. The FATF recognized that Pakistan still needs to investigate terrorist funding.

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Significantly, in June 2018, Pakistan was placed on the gray list of the FATF and given a deadline to address global concerns by implementing 27 issues. In fact, countries in the gray list are those where the risk of terrorism funding and money laundering is the highest, but these countries are ready to work with the FATF to stop it. Pakistan always tries to show before the FATF meetings that it is taking action against the terrorists, but after the meeting is over, it again returns to its old path and continues to harbor terror.

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