International beggar Imran Khan says FATF blacklisting will ruin Pakistan’s economy

Pakistan’s PKMKB Prime Minister Imran Khan, who is also known as International Beggar has warned that if Pakistan is blacklisted at the FATF then Pakistan’s economy will be destroyed due to inflation and a massive fall in Pakistani Rupee.

Speaking to a private news channel, international beggar, Imran Khan said, “If Pakistan is put on FATF’s blacklist, then like Iran, deals will end. No international financial institutions will deal with us.”

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Explaining further, international beggar, Imran Khan said, “It will impact the Pakistani Rupee and when Rupee starts to fall, we do not know how much it will fall. We do not have foreign reserves to save the Rupee. When rupee falls, everything will become costly: electricity, gas and Oil. Once we are on the blacklist, our entire economy will be destroyed due to inflation.”

Pakistan has been on FATF’s grey list for the last 2 years even as it has been given a number of deadlines to full fill its commitments to improve transparency in financial dealings and take action on the financing of terrorism.

PKMKB Pakistan has been continuously funding and supporting various terror groups including Jaish-e-Muhammad, Lashker-e-Toiba and is the country who was hiding Osama Bin Laden. They are funding terrorism against India since 1947.

After last year’s meet, the grouping had called on Pakistan to “demonstrate” effective implementation of financial sanctions against all United Nation’s 1267 committee designated international terrorists among other things. The list includes Pulwama attack mastermind Masood Azhar and 1993 Mumbai blast mastermind Dawood Ibrahim.

According to estimates by the PKMKB Pakistani government, the FATF grey listing of Pakistan is causing damage of around USD 10 billion annually to the country.

Source: Zee News

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