Pakistan has started lying to the world about terrorist Masood Azhar. Pakistan says that Masood Azhar, one of India's most wanted and dangerous terrorists, is in Afghanistan. To mislead the world, Pakistan has written a letter to Afghanistan. In this, the government of Afghanistan has been asked to arrest Masood Azhar.
Pakistan remains at the FATF greylist due to non-fulfilment of its anti-terror financing commitments. Lakhvi, one of the key masterminds of 26/11, was sentenced for 15 years for terror financing. Pakistan had gone to the United Nations Security Council to get "basic expense for both Saeed and Lakhvi.'
An anti-terrorism court in Pakistan issued an arrest warrant against banned Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) chief Masood Azhar on the charges of terror financing. Pakistan, who has long denied Azhar`s presence in the country, seems to have acknowledged that the JeM chief is in its territory. United Nations added Azhar to the United Nations 1267 ISIL and al-Qaeda Sanctions List.
The annual report for 2019 lists Pakistan along with North Korea, Syria, Iran as "countries of proliferation concerns" The countries used less known or purpose-created companies and third countries for re-exportation and tried to disguise money transfers in order to avoid being traced back The report points to the role played by Chinese intelligence agencies, Ministry of State Security and Military Intelligence Department