Indian Media Went Haywire After DG-ISPR Posters Pop Up In IOK

The Indian media lost its temper and got wild after the posters and banners of Pakistani military spokesperson chief DG ISPR’s photos appeared on all main roads and streets of IOK on Monday.

The posters and banners carry the message of DG-ISPR message of “fight till the last soldiers and the last bullet” for the people of IOK. They also carry Hurriyat leader’s and workers’ prayers for the military spokesperson’s long-life.


In posters, the freedom fighters announced that they would together drive India from their land which is a paradise on earth.

“The paradise cannot be an abode of brute Indian forces,” they added.

The media wing of the Pakistan Army had already been commended by a former India army chief for using an excellent strategic hybrid war approach.


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Lt Gen(r) Syed Ata Hasnain recognized during his address at the International Institute of Strategic Studies in the UK previously this year that the ISPR set back the Indian Army in an information war, stating that: “I want to give full marks to the ISPR for the information strategy it has played out”.

He praised in these words saying, “The ISPR did an outstanding work for Pakistan by ensuring detailed alienation of Kashmiris against Indian armed forces and Indian nation,” adding, “If anyone has ever taught us [India] about the information operation it was the ISPR… it has done a splendid job.”

In the meantime, General Bipin Rawat, Chief of the Indian Army, voiced fear about Pakistan's information war policy. He admitted that Pakistan defeated India in hybrid warfare while meeting former army personnel in New Delhi.

Media accounts also report that last week, the chief of the Indian Army uncovered incidents of a leak of' operational information' and now cautioned previous military officers to use social media carefully.

In latest weeks after PM Modi's decision last month to repeal Indian Occupied Kashmir's autonomy, tensions have soared between the arch-rivals i.e. India and Pakistan.


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