The Indians, including their military strategists and media, has always been fixated on Pakistan’s military. Until now they were obsessed with Pakistan’s premier spy agency, the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI). Now the Inter Services Public Relations, or the ISPR, appears to have become a bigger obsession for them, especially after the recent military confrontation between the two hostile neighbours.
Although Pakistan won a victory in the 27 February air battle with India, their former military commanders and intelligence specialists are also admitting that Pakistan won the war in the information domain.
Days after a retired Indian general praised Pakistan Army’s media wing for employing “outstanding strategy” in the domain of hybrid warfare, a prominent cyber-intelligence specialist has now warned the India government of the threat the ISPR poses.