Pakistan has taken substantial steps to curb money laundering and suspicious transactions.

At a weekly briefing in Islamabad, Foreign Office Spokesperson Dr Muhammad Faisal said Pakistan has submitted its latest report to financial action task force on January 6 this year.

He said Pakistan has reservations on new method of FATC and any attempt to include Pakistan in watch list will be tantamount to hamper economic reforms undertaken by Pakistan for economic development of the country.

Dr. Muhammad Faisal said India is bent upon aggression, however Pakistan is fully capable to defend its sovereignty and territorial integrity.

He out rightly rejected the Indian allegations against Pakistan in terror attack in Occupied Kashmir and termed Indian media insinuation and frenzy.

He said unfounded allegations prior to any investigation and evidence is highly regrettable and international community should take cognizance of this approach.

The spokesperson regretted that India did not allow 173 Hindu Yatrees to visit Katas Raj Temple despite all preparations put in place by Pakistan.

On Afghan leadership recent statement regarding sir in by tribal people from FATA he said that Afghan leadership should refrain from interfering in Pakistan’s internal affairs.