Rehman Malik Wrote to FATF to Remove Pakistan from the Grey List

The former Interior Minister and Senate Standing Committee on Interior Chairman sends a letter to FATF to remove Pakistan from the grey list.

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The former Interior Minister and Senate Standing Committee on Interior Chairman recently send a letter to Financial Action Task Force (FATF) to remove Pakistan from FATF’s grey list.

The letter sent by Former Interior Minister and Senate Standing Committee on Interior Chairman Abdul Rehman Malik addressing FATF’s President Dr. Marcus Pleyer also urged to take action against India for money laundering and terror financing.

The senator said:

There is irrefutable evidence against India’s involvement in money laundering and terror financing but unlike Pakistan, the FATF chose not to take action against it,

The senator also said Pakistan is under pressure through FATF and it was linked with the Afghan issue. He said Pakistan’s efforts for peace in Afghanistan were remarkable and Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa has been playing a major role in the region’s peace.

The senator also requested FATF to allow him a chance to present the evidence against India.

I am always ready to fight the case on every forum as for me Pakistan’s interests are supreme,

I will also move the resolution on the FATF in the upcoming session senate session,

It is said that the senator also referred to his earlier letters wherein it was requested to remove the name of Pakistan from the grey list and take action against Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for protecting international refugees involved in biggest ever credit fraud and money laundering.

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