Pakistan: ISPR Productions

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  1. Zulfiqar Khan

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    The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) is a military media brand that broadcasts and coordinates military news and information to the country's civilian media and civic society.

    It serves to strengthen relations with the civic society and provide information on the military and it's current status. It is used as a link between the military and the people and thus is very active on social media.

    ISPR has been known to make amazing video productions and songs with little budget. Songs range from sad and emotional to accelerating and energetic.

    Here are some of my both favorite songs and basic videos.

    Please, no trolling and non-ISPR posting; let's keep the 'discussion' healthy and civilized. Enjoy:

    Bara Dushman (Non-military)


    Yehi Junoon (AirForce Song)


    There is no nation that can undo Pakistan


    Mein bhi Pukara (really emotional)


    Khuda Karay


    Will post more.
     
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  3. Zulfiqar Khan

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    Aye Watan


    Pakistan Airforce


    Ooncha


    1965 - 2010 AirForce contrast
     
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    Pakistan Air Force

     
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    FRYCRY Regular Member

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    Why they do this? Even lollywood is making jingoistic movies to revive itself

    Your nation is always fed with this kind of pro military crap, no wonder some of you people hate democracy so much
     
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    sydsnyper Senior Member Senior Member

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    If this was in Germany, circa 1930ish, you'd be called a nazi...... or are these mushy '..khuda..khuda....pak...' tunes already giving away the hate for non-muslims, the balochis, etc..
     
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    Bornubus Senior Member Senior Member

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    ISPR is a biggest propaganda source and a blot to professional military.

    No one really know the real casualties of Paki army at various conflicts it always remain low compared with India,Iran and Afghanistan.

    It took pakis 10 years to reveal the names of kargil KIA.

    I have heard Paki 31/32 Punjab suffered huge casualties during Tirah campaign against TTP but no one really know the real Numbers.
     
  8. Zulfiqar Khan

    Zulfiqar Khan Regular Member

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    Do what?
    It is their job; but honestly - if you can look at the videos; they dont glorify war but focus on dedication and the bright things about life.

    These videos arent aired on national TV at all... they are on social media. We are just naturally pro-military; always have and always will be.
    Democracy isn't liked in Pakistan because it is linked to corruption alot and lets face it; a good and intellectual authoritarian government performs much better than a democratic government. Democratic governments creates divides and has slow efficiency.

    Over 500 Pakistanis were found on Panama papers; ALMOST all of them were politicians. There were 3-4 military officers all of whom were immediately sacked meanwhile the democratic institution has failed to trail the politicians because the democratic heads themselves had their names written on the Panama papers.

    How is this in any way similar to Nazis...?

    and please give me any example of how these videos convey hate for 'non-muslims' and 'Balochis'.

    Operation Rah-e-Shahadat was the toughest operation launched by Pakistan Army and did indeed result in huge casualties. The enemy situated there weren't normal TTP; but they were Soviet-era veterans who fought in Iraq, Chechnya, Azerbaijan, and even Africa.

    The TTP situated at Tirah Valley were considered the elite and vanguard of the Taliban.

    Not only that but the enemy was armed with modern equipment looted from NATO supply lines and USSR AA Missiles.

    It was an extremely mountainous terrain and the only way you could be deployed was by air drop which was very hard due to the fact the whole area was littered with AA turrets. The mountains had sophisticated tunnels and bunkers which also rendered bombings useless.

    TTP tactics were to flood the area within proximity of PA airdrops; due to capacity of helicopters; soldiers had to be dropped in small numbers; one unit at a time and they were met with hundreds of advancing TTP fighters.

    But Pakistani soldiers still endured and fought against massive odds. Tirah Valley was eventually secured but Pakistan army failed to capture TTP commanders who fled to Afghanistan.

    Tirah Valley was the shell of the turtle and when it fell; fighting TTP became like cutting butter.

    After Operation Rah-e-Shahadat; PA launched the Waziristan offensive followed by a stalemate. After Jinnah Airport attack; PA began a mobilization and attacked with full force under the operation 'Zarb e Azb'. In which terrorists no longer hold any infrastructure or ground.

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    Here is the ISPR timeline of casualties

    In a major aerial operation, the PAF and navy fighter jets pounded hideouts of banned group LeI in and according to military intelligence reports, many militants escaped from the areas taking with them their injured fighters.[188]

    On 7 April 2013, Pakistani military officials said that at least 30 Taliban-linked militants and 23 soldiers were killed during clashes in the Tirah Valley since 5 April. Several Aman Lashkar members were also reported to be killed and wounded. Scores of insurgents and Pakistani troops were injured in the operation.[189][190]

    On 8 April 2013, Pakistani military officials said that at least 30 Pakistani soldiers and 97 militants were killed during fierce fighting with Taliban linked-fighters in the Tirah Valley since 5 April, the day when the operation began.[191][192]

    On 9 April 2013, the ISPR confirmed that at least 23 soldiers and 110 insurgents were killed in the four-day fighting in the Tirah Valley of Khyber Agency.[193][194]

    On 11 April 2013, at least 15 militants and one Pakistani soldier were killed during fighting in southern sector of Tirah Valley.[195][196] The areas of Mada Khel and Tut Sar were cleared from militants.[197]

    On 12 April 2013, nine Pakistani soldiers and seven insurgents were killed during clashes in Sipah area of Tirah Valley. The security forces took control of the areas of Sandana and Sheikhmal Khel in Sipah area. Three Lashkar-e-Islam militants were also arrested while a dozen others were injured.[198] Two peace committee members were killed and 22 others were injured in a bomb blast in the same area.[199]

    On 13 April 2013, Pakistan Army's ISPR said that seven militants were killed in the Tirah Valley on 12 April. It did not confirm the casualties suffered by the security forces.[200]

    On 16 April 2013, a member of Zakhakhel peace committee (Tawheedul-ul-Islam) was killed in a bomb blast in Dari area of Tirah Valley.[201]

    On 2 May 2013, four Taliban-linked insurgents were killed and five others wounded after Pakistani fighter jets targeted TTP hideouts in the Tirah Valley.[202]

    On 5 May 2013, Pakistan Army's ISPR said that 16 insurgents and two soldiers were killed during heavy clashes in the Tirah Valley. Three soldiers were reported to be wounded. The military also claimed to have captured militant strongholds Kismat Sur and Sanghar and recovered huge cache of arms and ammunition from the militants fleeing the area.[203]

    Bhai, ISPR has a special team that sorts out battle casualties; they visit combat sites shortly after the fighting. PA really has no reason to 'hide casualties' - that would cause uproar. ISPR releases photos of martyrs a day after they were martyred and martyrs are also listed within regimental martyr lists.
     
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  9. Mikesingh

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    ISPR is the biggest propaganda machine this side of the Suez. But they need to keep dishing these propaganda videos to motivate the army and air force whose morale needs to be kept from plunging after seeing what's happening in Zarb e Azb. The paki civilians morale needs to be kept up too.

    What a waste of money!
     
  10. shankyz

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    Zarb e Azb : Paki Army should pride itself in bombing and destroying its own cities and ppl. ISPR never shows this :

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    Was hoping someone would post these pics.. Thanks ..

    Pretty sure pakis would not find any problem with these pictures.

    The fact that they have to destroy their own towns to achieve a military objective within their sovereign territory, and these guys talk about atrocities in india. Hypocrisy much....
     
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    My friends, what was need of trolling and derailing the thread? :facepalm:
    We must act like mature people. Such behave repels foreign members. @pmaitra @sob
     
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    sasum Atheist but not Communists. Senior Member

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    It is glorification of Army. These propaganda videos are nothing but preparing ground for another spell of Army Rule and are mainly targeted at younger generation to prepare them mentally. No wonder civilian govt doesn't show it on national channels.
     
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    They didn't destroy their own cities, they destroyed Afghan cities under their occupation. They won't do this to Lahore or Islamabad. Pakjab army only protects punjab province. Rest can go to hell for them.
     
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  15. AbRaj

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    Man that's creepy.
    "Dushman ke Bacchon ko padhna hai"?? WTF is wrong with pakis?
    "Dushman bana firta hai"?? Oh f***??
    They are revitalizing their children.
     
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    Pakistan: The Ever Present Civil-Military Acrimony

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    by Sudhanshu Tripathi

    It certainly looks clear that all is not going well in Pakistan between its civilian government and an all-time powerful army. With the recent Panama Paper leaks having landed the sons and daughters of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s in the dock, the continuing war between the two centres of power as regards the claim to supremacy within the ruling circles of Pakistan has once again intensified. And, it is precisely the deepening chasm between the two that worries the entire world over the fear of a coup dislodging another civilian government from power in a country that has had a chequered political past.

    With the Chief of the Army Staff (COAS), General Raheel Sharif having removed 12 of his senior military officers, including a lieutenant general and also a major general and five brigadiers on grounds of their proven involvement in corruption, his anti-corruption pitch has not only become louder, but it is also striking a right chord with the masses of Pakistan who have long suffered from corruption pervading into every aspect of their lives. It has also increased the pressure on Nawaz Sharif to come out clean on the charges that have been levelled against the members of his family, with the spectre of resignation already looming large.

    Added in the endeavour of the General are Imran Khan’s Pakistan’s Tehreek Insaaf (PTI) and Mustafa Kamal’s Sarzameen Party (PSP) which are said to be the Pakistani General Head Quarter’s (GHQ) political creations. Ever since the General took office, he has been going all heavy and strong against corruption that has become a crippling reality for Pakistan. The embattled Prime Minister has been left with no option except questioning the General’s moral and legal authority to question him.

    Since the army in Pakistan has always been instrumental in deciding not only political leadership but has also helped in producing forthcoming leaders for the country, and that too almost from the beginning of this state’s independent journey, it continues to live with its self-assumed role of nation-building even to date.

    With Pakistan becoming an Islamic, Sharia-run state during the regime of Gen. Zia-ul Haq in the early eighties of the past century, the role of mullahs and religious fundamentalists in the governance of the country increased considerably in the country, with the result being that even today, their influence continues without much decline in either its intensity or spread.

    The duo- the military and hardliner mullahs- have become the two very powerful pillars of the Pakistani governance, always off-balancing the popular civilian government. Obviously, despite having popular support and sound legitimacy, the civilian government remains at the mercy of the duo, which considerably influence the policies and decision making process in Pakistan.

    For reasons that are rooted in its history, Pakistan’s democracy has not managed to get institutionalised the way in which it could manage to take roots in the country across the Radcliffe Line- India. Consequently, even the slightest jerk to popular governance- whatever be the reasons- has always propelled the army to assume the civilian power as it always remains ‘willing and ready’ to take charge of the ‘deteriorating’ situation in Pakistan. This time, though, the corruption charges against the PM Nawaz Sharif’s family may be categorised as formidable a reason enough for the army to step in, although it is equally crucial to note that the real reason is to maintain its supremacy in Pakistan as an oligarch particularly when the rising tide of democracy- the Arab Spring- has already over swept the Middle East. Obviously, the army is more organised as compared to the civil government, and as it wields the guns too, it continues to remain influential and decisive vis.-a-vis. the civil government.

    Another reason for predominance of the army may be assigned to the persisting tense relations between India and Pakistan. In fact, neither the army and the hardliners mullahs nor even most of the reactionary political leaders in Pakistan really want peaceful and friendly relations with India because sustained hostility with its neighbour on the east provides them with continuous flow of material and monetary benefits from many state and non-state patrons alike. As a result, the ‘fear of India’ will continue to be appropriated and used by them to divert the popular attention from the domestic inefficiency and misrule.

    The Pakistani army’s repeated failure to win wars with India has resulted in it waging a covert war against it, and which often takes the form of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence’ sponsored cross-border terrorism. Unfortunately, this strategy against India could not succeed as per their expectations, and Pakistan has itself got mired into the bitter fratricidal and ethnic civil wars that might make it difficult for this country to sustain itself as a unitary, consolidated unit.

    The cumulative effects of all these machinations have gone in favour of the country’s army to maintain its ascendance in Pakistan’s governance and day-to-day administration. But despite the ascendance, the army remains cautious of PM Sharif’s well-practiced clever moves to divide the top echelons of power so as to keep them weak and ineffective. In this scenario, as General Raheel Sharif gradually becomes more and more persistent with his ongoing purges for establishing a corruption-free society and polity, the PM has become apprehensive of the General’s move and has begun reshaping his regional policy priorities with a view to showing the door to the General.

    Having witnessed its first civilian government to civilian government transfer of power, Pakistan is once again witnessing a showdown between the two branches of authority in the country, both of which claim legitimacy in the country in their own right. The discord that has persisted, but which has flared up between the civilian and military arms of Pakistan, will not be in the interest of either; at least, certainly not in the favour of the former. While General Raheel Sharif’s possible capturing of civil power in the country may not bode well for the future of this fledgling democracy, PM Sharif’s continuing intrigues and conspiracies to protect individual power at the cost of his country’s democratic fabric is for every reason harmful for its present. Pakistan, in today’s time and circumstances, looks like a classic case of out of the frying pan into the fire.
     
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    See and learn - Indian Army ( AGDPI )

     
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    Those are recruitment videos.

    Pakistan does not do recruitment videos; it is infact trying to discourage recruitment due to so much people trying to join at one time. They've made it near impossible to get in.
     
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    Call a Pakistani Pashtun an Afghan and see what they do to you.
     
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    ISPR never shows this?





    Can you show me anywhere you see a dead civilian or blood?

    Civilians evacuated half a year ago before the operation and these ghost towns were used as Taliban strongholds. Here hundreds of tons of explosives, weapons and other things were in production.

    These cities are now mainly being demolished and more modern ones with all facilities such as colleges, schools, hospitals, and ect... are being built in their place.

    It doesnt even stop there; Pakistan has also begun the construction of 45 smart cities; most of which are in KPK and Balochistan.

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    It must pain you to see your investments go down the drain.
     
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    He He He
    Typical Paki logic :lol:
    You know what our real investment are......
    "People like you" Yes you people are our strength against Pakistan, with their retarded thinking
    Its Your Darde-Gazab not India which is creating enemies out of nowhere like TTP etc.
    Your brave army cowardly areal bombing tribal people indiscriminately.
    Tell your marde e momins why are so much afraid of entering in your own area. They are bulldozing areas like USA normally does in middle east :pound::pound::pound:

    Do you know any other country doing CT ops like this. It's more like war against your own countrymen.
    And retards like you can't see this because of brainwashing like propaganda you are posting here :smash:
     
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