FATF plenary meeting on the future of Pakistan is going on in Paris. In this five-day meeting, a decision has to be taken whether to keep Pakistan in the gray list or take it out of it. After the five-day meeting, its results will be declared on June 25, in which the announcement regarding Pakistan will be made. But in the meantime, as part of an attempt to hide its misdeeds, Pakistan has tried to break India's head somewhere to remain in the gray list of FATF.
Not giving up on his habit, Pakistan's Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi during a conversation with Radio Pakistan has made baseless allegations on India of politicizing the international forum of FATF. However, he gave a roundabout reply to a question asked by Radio Pakistan in which he was asked the reason for Pakistan's stay in the FATF gray list. In response, Qureshi only said that there is no point in keeping Pakistan on the gray list.
Qureshi said that Pakistan has completed 26 of the 27 technical points mentioned by the FATF. In such a situation, there is no point in keeping Pakistan on the gray list. He also said that India will no longer be allowed to politicize this platform for its benefit. According to him, Pakistan has strictly curbed terrorism aid.
Pakistan's newspaper Dawn has written that referring to the earlier statement of FATF President Dr. Marcus Player, it has been written that it is a matter of happiness that Pakistan, which has been included in the gray list for a long time, has worked towards fulfilling many of the fixed points of FATF. the step has been taken. Despite this, some points have been missed which need to be fulfilled. The deadline for completing these points is by June 2021. He made this statement in response to the question which was made regarding the future of Pakistan.
It is worth noting that based on the documents submitted by Pakistan in the recently held Asia Pacific Group meeting, Pakistan's Mutual Evaluation Report was prepared. Based on this rating was given to Pakistan. India was also included in the group that prepared this report. Based on this report, the future of Pakistan will be decided in the latest FATF meeting.