‘Remove Pakistan’s name from grey list,’ Rehman Malik writes to FATF
ISLAMABAD: Chairman Senate Standing Committee on Interior Senator Rehman Malik has asked the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) to remove Pakistan’s name from its grey list after unearthing of Indian propaganda campaign.
In a letter to President FATF Dr Marcus Pleyer, he pleaded that after unearthing of a 15-year-long Indian disinformation campaign organized by EU Disinfo Lab, Pakistan’s name should be permanently taken off the Grey List.
The letter said the COVID19 pandemic has badly damaged Pakistan economy and the restrictions due to FATA grey list are further hampering lives of common folks.
It further said the United Nations report on terrorism has warned that a significant number of ISIS terrorists is present in Kerala and Karnataka states of India and it is proven facts that India is financing and supporting terrorism, yet FATF has not initiated any action against it.