FATF should put India on blacklist for charges of M Laundering: Rehman

ISLAMABAD: Former Interior Minister Senator Rehman Malik has said that there are ISIS camps in the Indian cities of Karnataka and Kerala. He said that 40 banks in India were involved in money
laundering, is this not visible to FATF.
Talking to media in Islamabad, Rehman Malik said that the agents of Indian intelligence agency “RAW” have been talking a lot against me on social media since yesterday.
Rehman Malik demanded that the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) should blacklist India. The world has also confirmed that India and Modi government was financing ISIS.
He advised the government that there was ample of evidence against India and it should go to FATF against India, silence won’t do anything.
Rehman said that India has started proxy war, we should not forget this. RSS and ISIS have become a front against Pakistan.
The former Home Minister said that India was committing state sponsored terrorism and money laundering. I am also writing to the government, the FATF and the United Nations about this. India should not be in gray but blacklisted.
Rehman Malik said that ISIL and RSS are forming a front against Pakistan and China. Indians train with ISIS in Syria. – NNI

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