Each year on February 5th, people celebrate Kashmir Day. Pakistan honors and remembers the martyrs who lost their lives defending Kashmir’s independence on this day. We commemorate this day to support and strengthen the movement for Kashmiri independence.
5 February Kashmir Day:
The fifth of February is designated as Kashmir Day each year. It is a public holiday in Pakistan. This day is intended to raise awareness of the oppression of the Kashmiri people by the Indian Forces and to demonstrate global solidarity with the region. After the partition, Kashmir was supposed to be a part of Pakistan. However, Indian forces took control of the region as a result of India’s betrayal. This region, which had a majority of Muslims, was supposed to belong to Pakistan at the time of partition, but the Raja of Kashmir sold it to India, who then took possession of the land illegally.
“I’m Kashmir, and I’ll always be alive”
“Although heaven does not exist on earth, there are certain parts of it, and Kashmir is one of them”
“The situation in Kashmir affects every other place on Earth”
“To die fighting for freedom is preferable to being a slave in this world”
The lovely region of Kashmir is encircled by stunning mountains. Its beauty is enhanced by the numerous fields and gardens, and it appears no less than paradise. The people of Kashmir are incredibly polite, and they have believed in freedom since the day they were born. To learn more about Kashmir Day, scroll down.