Keeping aside honesty and ethics rich politicians invest huge amount of money to launch election campaign to win the favor of the public. Empirical evidences suggest that this strategy quite often works but by no means can we ignore the negative impact of such campaign. In general, propaganda concerns set of messages aimed at influencing the opinions or behavior of large numbers of people. Instead of impartially providing information, propaganda in its most basic sense presents information in order to influence its audience. The most effective propaganda is often completely truthful, but some propaganda presents facts selectively to encourage a particular synthesis, or gives loaded messages in order to produce an emotional rather than rational response to the information presented. The desired result is a change of the cognitive narrative of the subject in the target audience. Here we examine propaganda in the light of public information campaigns by governments, which are intended to encourage or discourage certain forms of behavior. Propagandist politician use advertisement as their means of communication as their prime tool with leaflets, posters, TV and radio broadcasts and all other medium. In the case of the United States, there is also an important legal distinction between advertising and what the Government Accountability Office. Hence, it connotes deliberately false or misleading information that supports or furthers a political cause or the interests of those with power. Propaganda, in this sense, serves as a corollary to censorship in which the same purpose is achieved, not by filling peoples minds with approved information, but by preventing people from being confronted with opposing points of view. What sets propaganda apart from other forms of advocacy is the willingness of the propagandist to change peoples understanding through deception and confusion rather than persuasion and understanding.nbsp.