RAWALPINDI: Two terrorists were killed during an exchange of fire with security forces in the… Read More
The Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) is the media wing of the Pakistan Armed Forces which broadcasts and coordinates military news and information to the country’s civilian media and the civic society. The Directorate of the Inter–Services Public Relations (ISPR) was established in 1949 with army colonel Shahbaz Khan becoming its first director-general. The ISPR operates as a unified public relations system for the Pakistan’s military, which combined army, air force, navy, and marines.
The ISPR manage the public relations requirement of the armed forces, and is staff with the combined personnel of the military along with civilian officers. It functions at the Joint Staff Headquarters (JS HQ) and plays an important role for gathering a national support for the armed forces at the public level. The Inter Services Public Relations also strengthened support for the military’s assigned contingency operations while undermining the will of the adversary.
On regular basis, the Inter Services Public Relations release televised press releases on regarding the ongoing military exercises, and notified the civilian media about the ingenious strategic arsenal testings. Apart from functioning as the public relations body of the armed forces, the ISPR handles exclusive dissemination of information regarding Pakistan’s ongoing military contingency operations.
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