Pak says terror record was ‘routine train’, no transfer to impose contemporary sanctions

Tribune News Service
New Delhi, August 23

Pakistan on Sunday cleared the air about two orders that sought to sanction a whole spectrum of terrorist organisations and their leaderships by stating that it was a routine train which was carried out final yr as properly.

In an announcement, the Pakistan Foreign Office stated such consolidated orders (referred to as SROs or Statutory Regulatory Orders) are issued periodically as a routine matter. It had related orders earlier “as per statutory necessities to satisfy our worldwide obligations’’. 

It denied that the naming of sure individuals within the SROs, comparable to Dawood Ibrahim, amounted to admitting their presence in Pakistan.

“The SROs issued to reflect the information contained in the list entry of UN designated individuals and entities. These lists contain names of individuals and entities designated under the two sanction regimes established pursuant to the UNSC resolutions,” stated a Pakistan Foreign Ministry assertion.  

The assertion didn’t point out whether or not it supposed imposing sanctions in opposition to the 88 terrorist organisations and their leaders in the event that they, because it admits, have been named by two sanction regimes arrange by the united states. 

In truth, the Pakistan Foreign Office stated reviews about Pakistan imposing new sanctions measures usually are not factual.

The Pakistan Foreign Office as soon as once more underlined that the knowledge within the two orders has been “reproduced as per the small print within the record entry underneath the 2 sanctions regime, which is publically accessible, and incorporates names of people who regardless of their confirmed deceased standing nonetheless proceed to be on the sanctions record.‘’ 

Sources right here on Saturday had stated they might not remark until Pakistan had taken motion in opposition to terrorist leaders like Masood Azhar and Hafiz Saeed, thought of Pakistan Army proxies or the Taliban’s management, engaged in delicate peace talks with the US. 


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