ISPR warns against fake threat alerts on social media
RAWALPINDI: The Inter Services Public Relation (ISPR) has denied threat alerts to various cities on social media and said that the “such propaganda is a malicious attempt to spread fear “.
Director General Inter Services Public Relation Major General Asif Ghafoor said that “false threat alert to different cities ” are circulating on social media that are being attributed to Inter Services Public Relation. He urged the general public to keep an eye on such false phone calls and propaganda.
Inter Services Public Relation’s official website can be accessed to verify information [attributed to the armed forces],’ reads the press release.
The army’s media wing further stated, “This propaganda is a condemnable effort to spread fear [among citizens]. Citizens should keep an eye on fake calls, propaganda.’
“The Inter Services Public Relation has issued no such alerts to any city, public should keep themselves from fake news and visit the official website of ISPR for confirmation” he said. —Online