After the Pulwama terrorist attack, international organizations along with India are pressurizing Pakistan. India had taken the initiative to put Pakistan in the "black list" from the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), but this institution gave time to the government of Imran Khan till October to take action against terrorist funding. FATF has said that if Pakistan does not take adequate steps to stop the financial help of terrorists, then it will be put in the 'black list'. In this way, Pakistan has got about 200 days of time for seven months from FATF. Pakistan is already present in the 'Gray List' of this organization.
The decision to keep Pakistan in the 'Gray List' was taken on Friday after a weeklong meeting in Paris. After the terrorist attack in Pulwama, India had tried to keep Pakistan in 'black list'. India had argued that Pakistan was not taking any action to stop the funding of terrorists.