How ISPR Changed Over Time

Back in 2002 when Pakistan Army decided to take an action against the miscreants, the unawareness of people caused a lot of hurdles for Pakistan Army. Armed Forces of Pakistan didn’t had any support from the nation as it was a myth that the operation is against the own people. Neither the martyrs of motherland were given any respect nor those warriors who had been volunteering their lives for the sake of motherland. The stream continued for a long time period and Pakistan Army decided to aware the nation and assigned the task of Public Relations to the concerned department of Armed Forces of Pakistan ‘Inter Services Public Relations’.

ISPR was seen hyper active in the last 4 years, in 2012 as General Bajwa assumed the office of ISPR he worked tirelessly to build up the image of Armed Forces of Pakistan and portrayed each and every act of Pakistan Army which eventually resulted in positive image of Pakistan Army. As soon as operations were launched special focus was given on media, dramas based on the real stories were played in order to tell the world that what’s the truth and the impact of changed point of view of the nation could be seen on electronic, print and social media.

Significant General Asif Ghafoor has assumed control over the order of ISPR on fifteenth December 2016 and being the Director General the country have a great deal of trusts from him. The country needs him to proceed with an indistinguishable pace from the past DG ISPR was doing. Country has begun to appreciate Armed Forces and ISPR has made a brilliant showing with regards to by coming clean to the world. Presently it’s the obligation of new DG ISPR to proceed and take after the strides of General Bajwa and run the association with same poise and respect.

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