Digital Desk, New Delhi. Amid conclusive reports on its nexus with terror outfits in Afghanistan, Pakistan is trying to improve its image on terrorism to come out of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) gray list. That is why it is likely to use the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit and the United Nations General Assembly. The 21st meeting of the SCO Council of Heads of State will be held in Dushanbe on Friday, while the 76th UNGA summit will be held on 25 September. The Imran Khan-led government has been under a lot of pressure after reports emerged that Pakistan’s military assets were being used to crush National Resistance Front (NRF) fighters for the Taliban.
According to foreign police experts, during the SCO summit, (Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood) Qureshi will try to convince the participating countries that he has taken adequate steps as directed by the international watchdog on terror funding and that China will appreciate his efforts. will support. Experts believe that Qureshi will convince these countries that he is with them in the fight against terrorism on the issue of terrorism, but he also said that the world is fully aware of the complicity of Pakistan, which is mainly with designated and dangerous terrorist groups operating under its protection and nurturing against India. In which terrorism is being used as a tool of its foreign policy.
Former diplomat Anil Trigunayat said that Pakistan will not succeed in its endeavor as its nexus with terrorist organizations has already been exposed. Groups Lashkar and JeM are shifting their bases to southern Afghanistan as per the instructions of ISI and Imran Khan to rescue them or make them available on the pretext of rescue in FATF. It cannot justify itself otherwise. Trigunayat told IANS, “Pakistan will not change and the changes taking place in Afghanistan under its patronage could pose greater challenges for India, the region and the world.” According to sources, Imran Khan will participate with a 40-member delegation and Qureshi will hold bilateral talks with China, Turkey, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Ireland, South Korea, Austria and the US during this session.