On February 5, the day of Kashmir solidarity is a common holiday in Pakistan every year. It focuses on expanding Pakistan’s support and unity with Kashmir against the Indian occupation, lost its lives, who fought for the freedom of Kashmir people, also their continued freedom struggle.
Kashmir Day is a public holiday. This is one day for the general population, and schools and most businesses are closed.
Kashmir day celebrates in Pakistan
Kashmir Day is celebrated by Pakistan and Azad Jammu Kashmir (ARK). This is a globally recognized day in which Kashmiris have generally seen worldwide. This day is marked by special prayers in mosques for the freedom of masses, Kashmir and Kashmiris, which are against the Indian tyranny of Kashmir.
Kashmir day and political significance
Kashmir Day has a special political significance for both political and religious parties in Pakistan and Azad Kashmir. Many political and religious parties, where politicians, religious leaders, opinion leaders, and influential public figures talk about Kashmir, are asked to support the independent movement, but processes, rallies, conferences and seminars are organized.
Political leader’s speeches
These leaders and the spokesmen have also supported a peaceful solution to Kashmir issue. Further, long marches and rallies are sponsored by political organizations, religious parties and other organizations, in which people slogans to support Kashmir’s freedom struggle and express solidarity with the people of Kashmir.
Kashmir is part and parcel
There is a part of Kashmir which has Azad Jammu Kashmir (independent meaning “free” in Urdu). Many Indians also call it Kashmir, occupied Pakistan. Officially, Pakistan has recognized the democratic state as a separate state, its own parliament, state head and state government.
However, the Kashmir day was celebrated on the call of Nawaz Sharif in 1990, which was the opposition leader and Punjab minister. Furthermore, Nawaz Sharif appealed to strike all over the country to protest against the occupation of Kashmir and requested people to pray for the success of Kashmir independence movement. At this time Pakistan announced public holiday on February 5 and Kashmir’s day is held every year.
Kashmir valley is resigned as “paradise on earth”. The valley shows in modern art like fire flames fire, in paradise, distress and sorrow. The valley is also surrounded by a rusted wire in the dragging blood. Furthermore, this explains the human rights violations in Kashmir.
Violation of human rights in Kashmir
The Indian state is a continuing issue of human rights violations in Jammu & Kashmir state. Violence is largely related to the massacre of mass murder, enforced disappearance, violence, rape and sexual abuses and political freedom. The Indian Army has been accused of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), Border Security Staff (BSF) and also various separate separatist militant groups and strict human rights against Kashmiri citizens. Has been accountable for allegations of violations.
Crimes against militants have asked the Indian state forces to be incredibly corrupt. Some rights groups say about 100,000 people have died about 100,000 people in 1989, while Indian sources reported that in the figure of 16,725 to 47,000 citizens. The number of civilians killed by the insurgency, in which 3,642 civilians were killed by security forces. India violated the ceasefire of Pakistan Army to avoid human rights in Jammu and Kashmir and tried to kill Kashmir.
26 years ago, Indian soldiers allegedly overwhelmed more than 30 women in the Kashmiri village of Kanan and Poshpora. Those who have succumbed in the attack are still fighting for justice.