India learnt from this Pakistani ISPR General how to defeat enemy in Information warfare front, admits Indian Army ex. Commander
LONDON – Indian Lt Gen (retd) Ata Hasnain, former Corps Commander Northern Command, has admitted that Pakistan won the war of information.
Addressing a British think-tank at Institute of Strategic Studies on Thursday, he said that the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) had defeated India in the information field. businesses Secret Offers Expire Soon! Click Here Now To Find!
“We learnt from the ISPR how to play with information,” he said.
The Indian former general was of the view everyone knows about the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), but no one knows about the ISPR.
“The ISPR estranged the Kashmiris from the Indian Army with an excellent strategy. In addition, it distanced the Indian nation from its army,” observed Indian Lt Gen (retd) Ata Hasnain.
He was of the view that funerals being taken out in Occupied Kashmir are a result of an increase in militancy. “Independence is resounding in the entire Occupied Kashmir. The use of power is not a solution to the Kashmir issue,” he said.
Indian Lt Gen (retd) Ata Hasnain said that there was strong possibility of the Pulwama incident in Occupied Kashmir if blasts could occur in Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan.