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Target killing and infiltration… Pakistan has made a big mistake, now India will pay the consequences in FATF!

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Pakistan has axed its own leg by infiltrating terrorists and killing targets in Kashmir, because India is no longer going to spare the masters of terror. India will highlight Pakistan’s role in the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) on infiltration and targeted killings in Jammu and Kashmir and expose the world to its dark handiwork. The effect of this will be that again Pakistan will remain in the gray list. Indeed, at the ongoing Financial Action Task Force (FATF) plenary meeting in Paris, India may highlight Pakistan’s inaction in curbing terrorism financing by raising the issue of recent terrorist infiltration attempts in Poonch. Anti-money laundering watchdog FATF will review Pakistan’s performance in prosecuting and punishing terrorist groups like Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) and Hizbul Mujahideen.

According to media reports, Pakistan may remain in the gray list of FATF till April next year. The next session of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), a Paris-based international organization that monitors terrorist financing, is scheduled to be held in April 2022. According to a news published from Paris by The News International, the three-day session of FATF is being held from October 19 to 21. It will be told in this meeting that Pakistan has not yet met the criteria of FATF. In June, the FATF had placed Pakistan on the gray list for not curbing black money, increasing financing for terrorism. Islamabad was asked to investigate and prosecute people like Hafiz Saeed and Masood Azhar associated with terrorist organizations banned by the United Nations.

Let us inform that in Jammu and Kashmir, there has been an increase in the incidents of infiltration for some time and there are terrorists targeting non-Muslims. In the past, 9 Indian soldiers were martyred during an encounter with terrorists and security forces in the forested areas of Poonch and Rajouri. People familiar with the matter said that the role of Lashkar-backed terror outfit in recent killings of civilians has been highlighted. The CRPF and the Jammu and Kashmir Police have arrested over 600 overground workers suspected of having links to Hizbul Mujahideen, Jamaat-e-Islami and Jaish-e-Mohammed.

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Meanwhile, authorities in Srinagar have ordered internet restrictions in areas where terrorists are suspected to be hiding. The recent encounters, frequent cordon and search operations and targeted killings on the outskirts of Srinagar have put India’s security grid in jeopardy. According to a Home Ministry official, the state police informed that they are adopting a three-pronged strategy to stop the current cycle of violence. The security grid has been strengthened and the groups responsible for the killings have been identified, while non-locals have been shifted to shelter camps.

It is being told that Union Home Minister Amit Shah will review development plans and conduct a security audit with the Union Territory administration during his visit to Jammu and Kashmir this week. Let us tell you that the Modi government has now come into action mode regarding terrorist incidents. The government has now given the responsibility of investigating target killings in the Valley to the NIA.

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