Before the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) discussed the Pakistan dossier, the country's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) held a large meeting with commanders of the Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) terrorist group in Rawalpindi. The Pakistani government has assured JeM and other terrorist groups to gradually lift restrictions on terrorist organizations.
The meeting was attended by Mufti Abdul Rauf Asghar, the commander of the Jaish operations, and the ISI asked him to carry out terrorist attacks in Jammu and Kashmir as well as in other areas of India. The ISI has also asked Rauf to carry out the attacks on India in such a way that, according to the intelligence agency's report, Jaish can be saved from international surveillance.
The JeM was also instructed to intensify its old activities in Madrasas and other related institutes. These institutions were asked to teach religious bigotry and jihad against India.
The Jaish are also busy slowly moving the terrorists stationed in Afghanistan to Jammu and Kashmir to carry out major attacks in India. The JeM terror camps in Balakot have been reactivated and the task of training the terrorists has also started.
In a large conspiracy, Pakistan is training a total of 27 terrorists in Jaish-e-Mohammad to infiltrate India and launch an attack, according to Balakot. Terrorists from Afghanistan train the 27 terrorists and eight of them come from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK). According to sources, the Balakot camp is run by the son of terrorist Maulana Masood Azhar, Yusuf Azhar. Two terrorists from Punjab, Pakistan, and three from Afghanistan are training these terrorists. This is one of the reasons why Pakistan violated the Control Line Armistice (LoC) to help terrorists infiltrate and carry out the attacks.
The Pakistani government has begun to relax restrictions on fundraising by nonprofits associated with Lashkar-e-Taiba and JeM. The Jaish terrorists were also asked to raise money on behalf of Kashmir Jihad. Pakistan is preparing to gradually relax JeM and other terrorist organizations to outwit the FATF. The purpose of this strategy in Pakistan is to show the world that it is against JeM. In reality, however, it was decided to speed up the activities of the terrorist outfit Jaish-e-Mohammad.
The FATF's main plenary session began on February 16 in Paris, France. The watchdog on February 21 will examine whether Pakistan has taken the necessary steps and implemented its action plan to combat terrorist financing. The meeting will feature more than 800 representatives from 205 countries and jurisdictions around the world, including the IMF, the United Nations, the World Bank and other organizations.