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India risks getting blacklisted on basis of FATF report

By News Desk

November 8, 2023 11:02 AM


India risks getting blacklisted on basis of FATF report

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A report released by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has made startling revelations about the human rights situation in India and the crimes being committed by Narendra Modi-led BJP government in the country, reported 24NewsHD TV channel on Wednesday.

The report reveals that extremist organisations in India collected funds from people by forming organised networks.

Sources told 24News that the FATF had sent the report to concerned officials for investigation, and that India would soon be placed on the Task Force’s blacklist.

Sources further said that the BJP government was providing financial assistance to extremist outfits on a large scale.

Furthermore, they explained, India’s involvement in several incidents of terrorism in different parts of the world had been proven.

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), an extremist organisation, was spreading terror in the entire world under the very nose of Modi government, they added.  

Sources explained that the Indian government generated funds from illegal sources to finance terror outfits.

Mumbai had become a hub of betting, they added.

They went on to say that India topped the list of countries where crimes such as money laundering, smuggling, sale of drugs, human trafficking, and informal banking accounts thrived.

These accounts, they claimed, in fact made up 43 per cent of the country’s GDP.  

When it came to an informal economy, India stood on fourth position, sources said, adding through the money generated from such non-conventional sources, the BJP government funded terrorism not only within the country but also outside the country.  

Likewise, they claimed, India was on top of the list of the countries in terms of gold smuggling.

Reporter: Ahmad Mansoor


News Desk


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