Political Impacts Of Indian Propaganda On Pakistan

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Zainab Murtaza , Dr. Ali Shan Shah , Hira Arshid , Dr. Tariq Aziz , Bilal Serwar


The change of perception and opinion of population is dangerous for the security of state. In this way, contemporary propaganda alters public perception through deception employing new technology, resulting in a widespread occurrence in region. Given the public's lack of trust in political leaders and official institutions, propaganda is active and aggressive in the internet environment. So, Propaganda has a detrimental impact on the collective mindsetĀ (Asmolov, 2019). These sentiments of mistrust, brittleness, and instability shape the minds of the people, which would have a negative impact on regional peace and stability. Due to the rise of opinion media models, divisions are broadening inside states. Further, disinformation and fake news in cyberspace made things worse. In today's international politics, the media has become an important source of propaganda. Furthermore, social media, in particular, has played a significant role in propagating fake news. India has always employed propaganda to de-stable her opponent while gaining support, loyalty, and trust from their own people. The aim of this article is to explain the Indian propaganda against Pakistan. The study explores the political implications of Indian propaganda on Pakistan. The qualitative research technique is used to collect data.

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