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Fifth Generation War Fair, India recognizes DG ISPR capabilities, Indian cyber security chief makes big demand
India also recognizes the capabilities of DGISPR Major General Asif Ghafoor, who has made all four appearances to India at the Fifth Generation War Fair, India’s Cyber ​​Security Chief has demanded if he made a statement. If Pakistan is to be defeated in the war, then an organization like ISPR has to be established.
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According to India Today, the Cyber ​​Security Chief of India has demanded that a joint spokesperson is needed for all three armed forces to prove themselves superior to Pakistan, as is the Director General Inter Services Public Relations (DGISPR) in Pakistan. Is a systematic presentation of all three forces.
“India’s three armed forces have their own public wings that operate in different directions,” said Lt. Gen. (R) Rajesh Pint, India’s National Cyber ​​Security Co-ordinator. When will the time come when we will also have the DG ISPR’s spokesperson because all three of our forces now have their own public wings that are conducting their own negotiations.
Talking about the DGISPR, the Indian Cyber ​​Chief said that the neighbor presents his statements in a systematic way in the battle of the country. “What we see on the western border is that their statements have been identical since they created the DGISPR.”
Addressing a seminar titled ‘Securing the Future Battle Space: Information and Space War Fair’ in New Delhi, Rajesh Punt said that Major General Asif Ghafoor has been performing DGISPR services since December 2016. “When they present their statement, for example they fight the Kashmir case, they send a message to Europe that there are human rights violations. When they talk to the Islamic world, they say that Islam has real risks, when they make their statement in Southeast Asia, they say that the region is destabilized. Looking at all of this, their statement goes from one place to another, and everyone agrees. ‘