Big question in FATF: Why did Pakistan save Pearl's assassins? Why did not act on JUD-Jaish?

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By: Tanumoy Banerjee

Last Update: 2021-02-22 11:49:39 IST

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The case of Pearl's murderers release can also become a major obstacle in its path. There will also be a big question in this meeting as to why Pakistan has not taken action against the JUD-Jaish so far.

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan is in a very difficult situation. A major reason for this is the important meeting of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF). In this virtual meeting of the FATF, a decision may be taken to exclude many countries, including Pakistan, from the grey list or to include them in the black list. 

Will China and Turkey be able to save Pakistan this time as well? The special thing is that this meeting is taking place at a time when the entire opposition is united against the Imran government. In such a situation, any action against Pakistan of FATF can make the Imran government more difficult. Especially when Pakistan is completely financially fed up. 

Apart from this, the case of Pearl's murderers release can also become a major obstacle in its path. There will also be a big question in this meeting as to why Pakistan has not taken action against the JUD-Jaish so far.

Daniel Pearl's murderer's release could become a major obstacle

A new issue of Daniel Pearl may also be added to the meeting of the Financial Action Task Force, which begins in France's capital Paris on Monday. The manner in which the Pakistani court has relieved the assassins of American journalist Daniel Pearl, may increase his difficulties even more. Pakistan was condemned in the international world for the acquittal of Pearl's assassinations. All European countries, including the US, had given a stern warning to the Imran government over the decision to acquit Pearl. Due to this, Pakistan had to come on the backfoot in Pearl's case.

JeM and JUD terrorists are roaming freely in Pakistan 

Apart from Pearl, the FATF has strong information that the Pakistani government has not taken any concrete action against the terrorist organization Jaish-e-Muhammad and JUD till now. Both the above terrorist organizations are acting fearlessly on the land of Pakistan. Recently, America also warned Pakistan that it would have to stop sheltering terrorist organizations in its country. The organization has been blamed for several terrorist attacks in India. In January 2002, it was banned by the Pakistani government under pressure, but Jaish-e-Muhammad has changed its name to carry out its activities. This ban of Pakistan was just a show off.

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