The ISPR directorate serves the motive of aiming to bolster public family members with the civic society, and civil society via interacting with the media. The directorate also works as the principal voice of Pakistan’s military, with its director-widespread serving as the respectable spokesperson of the armed forces. Major General Asif Ghafoor is a two-star Pakistani general. He has previously served as Inter-Services Public Relations. His tenure as DG ISPR is from 15 December 2016 to 31 January 2020.
The people of Pakistan like General Asif Ghafoor because during the tenure of DG ISPR he performed his duties well and also made some useful decisions for occupied Kashmir. In occupied Kashmir, posters of Army spokesman Major General Asif Ghafoor hung. Posters of Asif Ghafoor were hung, especially in the streets of Srinagar. It was written on these posters that we will fight for occupied Kashmir until we have the last bullet and the last soldier. The Indian media took it in a negative light and called it a new form of terrorism. But the Kashmiri people admitted that they had hung the posters themselves because they were impressed by Major General Asif Ghafoor’s speech. General Asif Ghafoor became very famous in Kashmir and the Kashmiri people loved him immensely.
On February 26, 2019, the Indians claimed that the strike had a timeline of 21 minutes and eliminated 350 terrorists. He claimed that he had been stayed inside Pakistan for 21 minutes and had eliminated 350 terrorists. Army Spokesman, Major General Asif Ghafoor Challenged Indian’s Army to Stay in Pakistan for 21 Minutes. “The Pakistan Army is always active on the Line of Control, the Working Boundary, and the Line of Actual Contest, and we always have a plan for our security that no one can enter Pakistan’s boundary for 21 minutes, and can’t stay,” he said. He also said that “if the Indian Army can do this, then I challenge the Indian Army to stay in Pakistan for 21 minutes.”
The Major General Asif Ghafoor frequently sparred with retired Indian navy officials or reporters on Twitter; at other instances, he would “troll” Pakistani reporters and folks that criticized the country’s army. “At such a senior post, stage and position, there’s nothing personal,” General Asif Ghafoor told the BBC. “In navy PR, one should no longer be reacting to every issue, comment, or incident. It should most effectively be when it is immediately affecting the corporation or when there’s a demand to take a position.” During his tenure as DG ISPR, he handled his job very well and he played a very strong role as DG ISPR. He protected Pakistan’s respect at the international level. The Pakistani people are very impressed with Major General Asif Ghafoor and they like him as a national hero.