Pakistan not on FATF grey-list, confirms Kulbhushan Jadhav


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UNDISCLOSED LOCATION – Amidst a week of confusion as the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) met in Paris, to discuss the future of countries not doing enough to counter financial aid and money laundering for the purpose of terrorism, Pakistan still continues to not be on the FATF grey-list, The Dependent has learnt from its most reliable source.

The self-confessed agent of India’s intelligence agency Research & Analysis Wing (RAW), Kulbhushan Jadhav has confirmed that contrary to what everyone is saying Pakistan is not on FATF grey-list and ‘will never be’.

“It is all the global powers, especially India’s, efforts to malign the counter-terror efforts of Pakistan, spearheaded by Zarb-e-Azb and Radd-ul-Fasaad, which have resulted in the elimination or capture of dangerous and monstrous terrorists like me,” Jadhav said in an exclusive video for The Dependent, which has been watermarked accordingly as well.

It is pertinent to mention here, that Jadhav’s message contradicts the statements made by the US, the Indian media, and most recently the government of Pakistan which said that the country was set to be put in the FATF grey-list in June.

“No, that will not happen. Don’t buy the propaganda and don’t believe everything that you read or hear. Pakistan will not be put on the FATF grey-list,” Jadhav added in the video message.

“It could be some other colour, but definitely not grey.”


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