Four leaders condemned the terrorist attacks
The four leaders condemned the use of pseudo-terrorists and stressed the importance of not providing logistical, financial or military support to terrorist groups as they can be used to orchestrate terrorist attacks, including from across the border. However, he did not name any country. The leaders in a joint statement said that we again condemn the terrorist attacks including 26/11 Mumbai attacks, Pathankot attacks.
Jaish-e-Mohammed carried out the Pathankot attack
Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists carried out the Mumbai attack and Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorists carried out the Pathankot airbase attack. Hafiz Saeed-led Jamaat-ud-Dawa is the masked organization of Lashkar-e-Taiba, which is responsible for the 2008 Mumbai attacks. The attack killed 166 people, including six American citizens. Saeed, a Pakistani national, is a UN-designated terrorist on whom the US has placed a $ 10 million bounty.
Ali Kashif Jan was declared a terrorist
Last month, the Indian government designated terrorist Ali Kashif Jan, the mastermind behind the 2016 terror attack on the Pathankot airbase. Seven Indian soldiers were martyred in this attack. In their joint statement, the Quad leaders also reaffirmed United Nations Security Council Resolution 2593 (2021), which demands that Afghan territory be used to attack any country or to provide shelter or training to terrorists, or to carry out terrorist attacks. should not be allowed for conspiracy or financing.
Pakistan has been on FATF gray list since June 2018
“We stress the importance of maintaining international standards for the prevention of money laundering and the financing of terrorism by all countries in line with the recommendations of the ‘Financial Action Task Force’ (FATF),” the statement said. The Paris-based intergovernmental body FATF has kept Pakistan in the ‘grey’ list since June 2018.