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The Paris-based Financial Action Task Force (FATF) is set to give their verdict on whether to keep Pakistan in the current greylist or blacklist the nation. FATF is tasked with naming countries for their support, financially or otherwise, to terrorist organizations and leaders. Pakistan which has a history of such deals from Al-Qaeda, Taliban, Jaish-e-Mohammad, Lashkar-e-Taiba and others, has been facing increasing pressure to sort out their mess. UNSC designated terror leaders have yet to be taken to task by Islamabad. Speaking at a press conference ahead of the FATF decision, MEA spokesperson Anurag Srivastava said, Pakistan has yet to complete 6 of the main points out of the 27 action plans given by the terror financing watchdog. Many countries in the EU have called on support to condemn Pakistan, highlighting the high number of individuals from the country. Afghanistan in a recent showdown with Taliban found a number of Pakistani nationals in the cadre.


Oct 22 is considered as the darkest day in the history of Jammu and Kashmir. It was the day, Pakistan invaded the princely state along with their tribal militia. To mark the horrendous event and the sacrifices made by the people, the day is observed as 'Black Day' to highlight Pakistan's inhumane atrocities. The Indian diaspora came together around the world to show Islamabad's continued aggression, fake narrative and support of terror groups for their illegal occupation of Kashmir. Many gathered outside the Pakistani embassy and raised slogans such as 'Pakistan go back'. Human right activists have highlighted the double standard of Pakistan when it comes to Kashmir. Black day also shows that people have not forgotten the crimes committed by Pakistan in the name of freedom.

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