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Pakistan had failed to act against terror financing on its soil: Voice of Karachi Chairman

The Voice of Karachi chairman Nadeem Nusrat has said that the decision of global anti-terror financing watchdog, Financial Action Task Force (FATF), to keep Pakistan on its ‘grey list’ is a right step in the right direction. The international community, however, needs to do a lot more to address the root cause of terrorism in South Asia, which is Pakistani military establishment’s obsession with religious extremists.

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Pakistan had failed to act against terror financing on its soil: Voice of Karachi Chairman

The Voice of Karachi chairman Nadeem Nusrat has said that the decision of global anti-terror financing watchdog, Financial Action Task Force (FATF), to keep Pakistan on its ‘grey list’ is a right step in the right direction. The international community, however, needs to do a lot more to address the root cause of terrorism in South Asia, which is Pakistani military establishment’s obsession with religious extremists.

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Pakistan had failed to act against terror financing on its soil: Voice of Karachi Chairman

The Voice of Karachi chairman Nadeem Nusrat has said that the decision of global anti-terror financing watchdog, Financial Action Task Force (FATF), to keep Pakistan on its ‘grey list’ is a right step in the right direction. The international community, however, needs to do a lot more to address the root cause of terrorism in South Asia, which is Pakistani military establishment’s obsession with religious extremists.

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Pakistan had failed to act against terror financing on its soil: Voice of Karachi Chairman

The Voice of Karachi chairman Nadeem Nusrat has said that the decision of global anti-terror financing watchdog, Financial Action Task Force (FATF), to keep Pakistan on its ‘grey list’ is a right step in the right direction. The international community, however, needs to do a lot more to address the root cause of terrorism in South Asia, which is Pakistani military establishment’s obsession with religious extremists.

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Pakistan had failed to act against terror financing on its soil: Voice of Karachi Chairman

The Voice of Karachi chairman Nadeem Nusrat has said that the decision of global anti-terror financing watchdog, Financial Action Task Force (FATF), to keep Pakistan on its ‘grey list’ is a right step in the right direction. The international community, however, needs to do a lot more to address the root cause of terrorism in South Asia, which is Pakistani military establishment’s obsession with religious extremists.