Indian Parliament Attack – A Case Study in Propaganda Warfare

The attack on the Indian Parliament on 13 Dec 2001 by five unidentified gunmen turned out to be a watershed in the tumultuous course of Indo Pak relations. Closely following the 9/11 trauma it provided India with a much sought opportunity to present itself as victim of terrorism, qualifying her to jump onboard US led anti terror bandwagon with full legitimacy. The Indian spin doctors, in wake of the incident coined the cross-border-terrorism sound-byte which was to become the mantra of the Indian government and media; not for weeks or months but for years to come. Without any proof of her involvement, Indian propaganda machinery went into an overdrive, charging Pakistan with official sponsorship of terrorism without a shred of evidence.

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