Pervaiz Elahi credits COAS for FATF grey list exit


Chief Minister Punjab Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi said that the real credit of getting out of the FATF grey list goes to the Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa adding that all the targets being given in FATF have been completed before the stipulated time owing to the personal interest and continuous endeavours of General Qamar Javed Bajwa.

Pakistan upheld the tradition to adhere to the international risk-based strategy and Pakistan by implementing on all the points gave an ample proof of being a responsible state. CM in a statement said that the Army Chief played a pivotal role in this glorious national triumph adding that the Army Chief jointly with the national institutions ensured implementation on all the given points of FATF.

He stated that it was the utmost effort of India to get Pakistan black listed under all circumstances but the Pakistan Army foiled this conspiracy and the nation pays its gratitude to the Army Chief from the bottom of its heart. General Qamar Javed Bajwa did such a splendid service which Pakistan and the Pakistani nation cannot forget and the nation pays its respect and tribute to him. CM stated that implementation on all the points was ensured due to the efforts of General Qamar Javed Bajwa and brought Pakistan back to ‘White List’ from the ‘Grey List.’

On the orders of General Qamar Javed Bajwa a Special Cell was set up in the GHQ and the Cell formulated a coordination mechanism between different departments, ministries and the agencies. A complete action plan was chalked out on each and every point and got them implemented by all the departments, ministries and the agencies.

This cell worked day and night and overcame money launder-ing,terror financing, extortion, kidnapping for ransom and target killing by formulating an effective mode of action and on account of which success was earned in FATF. 7 out of 7 points were being implemented for the eradication of money laundering which is an exemplary progress in the history of FATF.

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