Kashmir day is being celebrated today for the unity of Kashmiris
Kashmir is being celebrated today for the unity of Kashmiris across the world including Pakistan.
The purpose of celebrating this day is to express solidarity with the people of Kashmir and to believe that Kashmir is the backbone of Pakistan.
Kashmir is celebrated every year on February 5, but this year its importance has increased due to the elimination of the special status of India-occupied Kashmir and the implementation of lockdown.
It should be noted that on August 5, 2019, India abolished Article 370 of its constitution, depriving the occupied Kashmir of its special status while dividing the occupied Jammu and Kashmir into two federal units, as applicable.
At the same time, India imposed a full lockdown by imposing a curfew in occupied Kashmir, which has been in operation since August 5, while the people there have also suffered a shutdown of the communication system which has created an economic crisis and the citizens have to leave their families. Has been temporarily disconnected, but limited mobile data and internet service was temporarily restored in the region last month but the public still has difficulties.
Today is a common holiday across Pakistan on the occasion of Solidarity Kashmir, and on the occasion, Prime Minister Imran Khan is also expected to address a special meeting in Azad Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly in Muzaffarabad.
In addition to this, human hand chains will be made on the occasion of Kohala, Mangla, Halur and Azad Patan connecting Pakistan and Azad Jammu and Kashmir on solidarity Kashmir.
On the eve of solidarity day of Kashmir, rallies, rallies, seminars and other events will be held in different parts while protesting against Indian atrocities.