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Kashmir Solidarity Day: Sindh government announced holiday on 5th Feb

Karachi: The Sindh government has declared a public holiday on the occasion of Kashmir Solidarity Day.

According to the notification issued by the Sindh government, February 5 will be a public holiday across the province

It should be noted that Pakistan Kashmir Solidarity Day is celebrated every year on February 5, the day on which an attempt is made to remind this message to the world that the people of Jammu and Kashmir that self-determination is their basic right according to the UN Charter.

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Over the course of seven decades, Kashmir has been the most disputable place on the globe as it has been the center of wars. Kashmir is occupied by half a million Indian Army.

A beautiful region is abundant in lakes, rivers, and glaciers Kashmir is the stage for the relentless conflict between Pakistan and India. Somewhere along the line of the vicious cycle of violence and dispute people of Kashmir have lost their independence.

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It should be noted that occupied Kashmir is comprised of a Muslim-majority but is ruled by Indian troops where India demonstrates power over innocent population and make them a subject of their brutality.

The Indian army has been violating the UN Charter for several years, which is why the government of Pakistan observes the day to remind the world that the people of Kashmir deserve the basic right to live too.

Accession Day is a holiday in Jammu and Kashmir commemorating the signing of the Instrument of Accession by Maharaja Hari Singh on 27 October 1947, when Jammu and Kashmir entered the Dominion of India. October 22 is now the Black Day to recall Pakistan’s invasion of Kashmir in 1947.

Since Kashmir has an ideal geostrategic location and serves both Pakistan and India as the major source of water and power generation. The region’s regulation generates a zero-sum game in which the rivers and glacial water control could pose an existential challenge to the other.

Under the terms of the Lahore Treaty of 1846, after the First Anglo-Sikh War of 1846, the British raj of India obtained Kashmir from the Sikh Empire and passed it to Gulab Singh, acknowledging him as an independent Maharaja.

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Why is Kashmir Day celebrated?

Kashmir Solidarity Day is celebrated every year on February 5, the day on which an attempt is made to remind this message to the world that the people of Jammu and Kashmir that self-determination is their basic right according to the UN Charter.

What is Kashmir Black Day?

Accession Day is a holiday in Jammu and Kashmir commemorating the signing of the Instrument of Accession by Maharaja Hari Singh on 27 October 1947, when Jammu and Kashmir entered the Dominion of India. October 22 is now the Black Day to recall Pakistan's invasion of Kashmir in 1947.

Why Kashmir is important for India and Pakistan?

Since Kashmir has an ideal geostrategic location and serves both Pakistan and India as the major source of water and power generation. The region's regulation generates a zero-sum game in which the rivers and glacial water control could pose an existential challenge to the other.

Who sold Kashmir to India?

Under the terms of the Lahore Treaty of 1846, after the First Anglo-Sikh War of 1846, the British raj of India obtained Kashmir from the Sikh Empire and passed it to Gulab Singh, acknowledging him as an independent Maharaja.

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