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Senate body says India financing terror, laundering money


https://www.thenews.com.pk/print/443213-senate-body-says-india-financing-terror-laundering-money

 

ISLAMABAD: The meeting of the Senate Standing Committee on Interior was held in Parliament House with chair of its Chairman Senator Abdul Rehman Malik here Thursday.

 

It was attended by Senator Muhammad Javed Abbasi, Senator Kalsoom Parveen, Senator Shibli Faraz, Senator Haji Momin Khan Afridi and Senator Muhammad Ateeq Shaikh and by senior officials from Ministry of Interior, Law and Justice, Home Secretary Punjab, KPK and Sindh, Mayor MCI and senior officials from CDA and also police officials from KPK, AJK, Sindh and Punjab.

 

The committee lauded Air Force and Navy for their response to the Indian aggression. It expressed great annoyance and strongly criticize FATF for discriminating against Pakistan while dealing the India with immunity as no action so far has been taken against India despite of all evidences of terror financing and money laundering.

 

Senator Rehman Malik said that he had sent the letter with all evidences proving that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was involved money laundering and terror financing as he is supporting RSS -- the biggest terrorist organization. He said that today he has written another letter to President FATF in response of his letter explaining how much legal it is that a stern action should be taken against PM Narendra Modi.

 

He has asked the FATF president to initiate an inquiry against PM Narendra Modi and writes, “I would like to reiterate once again to kindly initiate a usual inquiry against Indian Prime Minister and his government on my complaint as was done in the case of Pakistan on the complaint of USA”.

 

He said that the Senate Standing Committee protests against the appointment of India as Head of the Asia Pacific Group of FATF.

 

Senator Rehman Malik directed the Ministry of Interior to arrange an in-camera meeting on the Indian dossier on Pulwama attack, steps government has taken so far to counter Indian false allegations in FATF and on latest position of the case of Indian RAW agent Kulbushan Yadav.

 

While in a briefing by Commission on Inquiry on Enforced Disappearance given to Senate’s Committee on Interior, Chairman Senate Standing Committee on Interior Rehman Malik said that the point of public importance of Q.No.56, regarding “the names of other details of persons who went missing in the country during the last ten years” was referred to the committee by the house and the issue was raised by Senator Muhammad Usman Khan Kakar.

 

Senator Rehman Malik said that he has received the detail that the number of Missing persons dealt with by the Commission from March 2011 to 31st Dec, 2018 are 3551.

 

He said that the Commission on Inquiry on Enforced Disappearances has a very limited jurisdiction and the Committee is there to extend its assistance to empower the commission both financially and legally. He directed the Ministry of Interior to amend the provision of clause to notify the Commission for once and for a longer time rather to notify the extension of the commission every six months.

 

The Senate’s Chairman Senate Standing Committee on Interior Senator Rehman Malik said that he was hurt that despite of conducting multiple meetings over the issue to resolve all outstanding issues between MCI and CDA, yet no progress was made in this regard. He said that Mayor of Islamabad has always reported about the non-cooperation of CDA with MCI which is not in the interest of the capital city and also people living there.

 

Senator Rehman Malik said that in this regard he has written a letter to Prime Minister Imran Khan to come up with a solution to the outstanding problems between the two institutions. He said that he in his letter has written to PM Imran Khan, “I would like to draw your attention to a matter referred by the Senate House to the Senate Standing Committee on Interior to resolve certain disputes between (Metropolitan Corporation Islamabad (MCI) and Capital Development Authority (CDA).”

 

He writes in letter to PM that the matter was referred by the Committee to the Secretary, Ministry of Interior and a Sub-Committee was constituted under the Convener-ship of Senator Shibli Faraz, Leader of the House and undertaking was given to the Committee that the matter will be resolved. Letter says that the recommendations of the Committee made in its meeting held on 8th November, 2019 are reproduced as under.

 

The Committee recommended unanimously, to nominate Senator Syed Shibli Faraz, Leader of the House, as Co-coordinator with the Capital Development Authority (CDA), Metropolitan Corporation Islamabad (MCI), Ministry of Interior, Ministry of Finance, Establishment Division and other stakeholders to resolve the following issues within one week accordingly i.e. Administrative issues, Financial issues and Notification of the Rules of Metropolitan Corporation Islamabad (MCI) as purposed by the Ministry of Interior.

 

Senator A. Rehman Malik said that he hopes that PM Imran Khan will personally look into the matter to bring an end to differences between the two organizations.

 

The Chairman Committee has come to the conclusion that provision of the required funds and issuance of the Notification of the Rules for Metropolitan Corporation Islamabad (MCI) can avert the imminent catastrophic situation of the Metropolitan Corporation Islamabad (MCI), Islamabad being faced at present.

 

He said that the Committee recommended unanimously, to nominate Honorable Senator Syed Shibli Faraz, Leader of the House, as Co-ordinator and Senator Muhammad Ateeq Shaikh as member with the Capital Development Authority (CDA), Metropolitan Corporation Islamabad (MCI), Ministry of Interior, Ministry of Finance, Establishment Division and other stakeholders to resolve Administrative issues, Financial issues and ensure the issuance of Notification of the Rules of Metropolitan Corporation Islamabad (MCI) as purposed by the Ministry of Interior.

 

Senator A. Rehman Malik stressed upon the Prime Minister of Pakistan and heads of both bodies to resolve frictional, legal and administrative issues promptly in the best interest of the city. He said that he was hurt by the news that in alone two months more than twenty people were killed in DI Khan.