The bill said funding for terrorism was a major obstacle in the country's development and a source of disgrace to it.
The National Assembly also adopted motions, seeking to refer two bills related to the tough conditions set by the FATF, which were passed by the lower house but rejected by the upper house last month.
Anti-Money Laundering (Second Amendment) Bill and the Islamabad Capital Territory Waqf Properties Bill, passed by the National Assembly a day before, were rejected through a voice vote by the Senate.
The Pakistan government ordered the seizure of all movable and immovable properties of these outfits and individuals, and freezing of their bank accounts.
The FATF put Pakistan on the grey list in June 2018 and asked Islamabad to implement a plan of action by the end of 2019, but the deadline was extended later due to COVID-19 pandemic.
As the clause by clause voting started, the opposition lawmakers stood up to create pandemonium, forcing the speaker to suspend the proceedings thrice.
FATF review of India's anti-money laundering and terror financing regime pushed to 2021 due to COVID
The FATF is a global money laundering and terrorist financing watchdog that sets international standards to prevent illegal activities in the economic and financial channels of a country.
Pakistan repeatedly drew the attention of the international community towards India's 'sinister' attempts to use the FATF process for its narrow political gains, the FO said.
The decision was taken at the Financial Action Task Force's third and final plenary held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The FATF had placed Pakistan on the grey list in June 2018, placing at least 27 conditions for compliance review on September 2019.
The decision was taken at the body's third plenary session, which was held virtually due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Pakistan remains safe haven for terrorists; took 'modest steps' to counter terror financing: US report
The suspension of US aid to Pakistan, which was announced by President Donald Trump in January 2018, remained in effect throughout 2019, the State Department said.
Noting the ministry’s achievements, the report stated that the ministry proscribed two main and 11 affiliated organisations as well as froze 976 movable and immovable properties of proscribed outfits.
Paris-based FATF is an inter-governmental body established in 1989 to combat money laundering, terrorist financing and other related threats to the integrity of the international financial system.
FATF on Friday decided to retain Pakistan in its 'Grey List' and warned the country of stern action if it fails to prosecute and penalise those involved in terror funding emanating from its jurisdicti