Credit of Pakistan's exit from FATF grey list goes to COAS, Imran Khan: Punjab CM
LAHORE (92 News) - Punjab Chief Minister Chaudhary Pervaiz Elahi has said that the credit of Pakistan's exit from the grey list goes to Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa and former prime minister Imran Khan.
Talking to journalists on Saturday, he said that the role of the so-called PDM government in the removal from the grey list is akin to the role of 12th player in a cricket match.
He said that all targets given by the FATF were achieved before time due to personal interest of COAS Qamar Bajwa. "Pakistan gave the proof of being a responsible state by implementing all points. The COAS played a key role in the excellent national success," he added.
The chief minister said that India was trying its best to get Pakistan on the black list, but the Pak Army foiled the Indian conspiracy. "The COAS has done a job that will be remembered forever in the country."
He said that Pakistan had prepared a comprehensive strategy and a detailed roadmap to remove the fears of the FATF. "Pakistan implemented seven points out of seven to stop money laundering, which is a unique development," he maintained.