05
FEB
2019

Kashmir Solidarity Day

Kashmir Solidarity Day
Pakistan solidarity day is celebrated every year, on 5th February. This is to support the Kashmiris for their freedom movement against the Indian-administration and to pay homage to those who died in this conflict. This is to tell the world that Pakistanis always stand with their Kashmiri brothers. Unfortunately, this day is becoming a mere holiday for the Pakistanis, as the people are becoming less aware of the significance of this day. Especially, our youth has no knowledge; for what this day is a holiday? Simple, we sit inside our homes and enjoy a holiday. But this day is more than it!
For making the youth aware of the purpose for celebrating this day, HITEC arranged assemblies with this topic. It was tried best to acknowledge the students with the significance of this day. It’s indeed a great step.
By:
Aasma Shafaqat
SCFB (School Section)


KASHMIR ISSUE
Kashmir is considered as “Paradise of Earth” because of its scenic beauty. It’s a land of lush green trees, snowy mountains beautiful rivers beside this. India knows its strategic importance very well, and can get so many benefits. People of occupied Jammau and Kashmir are continuously struggling for their independence.
Due to the current situation of Kashmir the federal cabinet of Pakistan declared that Kashmir Solidarity Day would be observed April 6th in support of Kashmiri people and against Indian brutalities. It also decided to send special envoys of the Prime Minister, including the President of Azad Jammu Kashmir, to selected capitals to highlight the deteriorating situation in Indian occupied Kashmir (IOK). The cabinet also reiterates the Prime Minister’s request to the UN Secretary General to appoint a Special Envoy for Jammu and Kashmir with a mandate flowing from the unimplemented UN Security Council resolutions.
We all should express solidarity with the people of Jammu and Kashmir; government must convince the international community to take practical measures to stop the human rights violations of the Kashmiris in IOK.
 Submitted By:
 Vice Princpal
 Ateeq ur Rehman
 Cambridge School


Kashmir:   A Bleeding Reality
“Police on Thursday night called off its anti-terror operation in Rajouri hills in Jammu and Kashmir, where four Mujahideens were killed in an operation on Wednesday”.
“The five Mujahideens, who were part of a suicide squad, were killed in a day-long encounter with security forces in the Sunderbani area “.
“An unidentified militant was killed on Saturday in an encounter with security forces in central Kashmir’s Bud gram district”
A few women were also injured and ——- in another incident, they said.
“At least 80 Kashmiris were killed and hundreds blinded by the Indian security forces after protests broke out in Indian-administered Kashmir this summer after the killing of the popular separatist leader Burhan Wani”.
It seems as if there are seasons of punishment meted out to Kashmiris by the Indian state and its representatives in Kashmir. As if the state says, ‘
“You dare to rise in protest and oppose our rule, this is what we will do to you. We’ll keep you locked in your homes, snap off all modes of communication, suffocate you. And if you come out to protest we will kill you and blind you”
The large military presence in the Kashmir Valley, along with alleged human rights abuses, has stirred disaffection. Thousands of young Kashmiris took to the streets to protest against Indian rule. They throw stones while the security forces responded with pellet guns and bullets. About 120 Kashmiris were killed over the last summer, which contributed to the radicalizing of a new generation.
While the Kashmir conflict is often seen as a dispute between India and Pakistan, there is another dimension to it: while Hindu and  India’s repeated interventions mean that many Kashmiris feel they have little say in how they are governed
Kashmir is the bone of contention between the two countries,started long before the   partition in 1947. The British offered three choices to the princely states: join India, join Pakistan or in a few cases remain independent. The maharaja of Kashmir,  Hari Singh was a Hindu, ruling a population which was over 75 % Muslims. He initially refused to sign for Pakistan or India hoping to remain independent but as the Muslims of Kashmir rebelled and Pashtun tribesmen swept into the region the Maharaja in panic signed to join India. The event had probably been anticipated because the strongly Muslim region of Gurdaspur had totally unjustifiably been awarded to India giving it a frontier with Kashmir and road and rail links guarding access to the vital sources of river Chenab, Ravi, Sutlej and Beas.
Historically speaking Kashmir had been ruled by the Muslims from 14 to 19th century when in 1819 Ranjeet Sigh the Sikh ruler conquered the Punjab and in 1846 a governor of Ranjeet Singhpurchased the valley from British in 1846 for asum of rupees 7.5 million. Kashmir was never an integrated part into the British empire and was one of the 560 princely states which were to decide upon the transfer of power whether to join Pakistan or India
In June 1947 lord Mount Beten, the viceroy of India went to Kashmir and advised the Maharaja to join India and he was followed by Mr Gandhi who also visited and advisedhim for joining India.
Towards the end of July the Maharaja ordered to the Muslim subject to deposit their arms.
After disarming in August 1947, the blood thirsty gangs of RSS and Sikhs began to pour into Jammu, resulting in resistance by the Muslims of Jammu and Poonch and starting Gorilla movement against the Maharajas.
The Muslim population Jammu and Poonch were made homeless and were cold bloodedly massacred and their villages were set on fire. This event compelled the Muslim of this area particularly the Phatan tribesman from the tribal areas responded and joined the gorilla war.
0n oct 27 the Indian troops landed at Sri Nagar airport and a full fledge war started between the liberation army and Indian forces .
On 30th oct Indian prime minister  Atelly gram addressed to the prime minister of Pakistan promised to the plebiscite in Kashmir and on Nov 2nd 1947 Pandat Nehru also   radio broad cast ,retreated the plebiscite commitment which declared would be held under UNO.
But the Indian state did not respond like a civilized state, which would see what these people are saying and then to talk to them. Sometimes you hear talk of how the state exercised restraint but there’s no evidence of that. It’s a ghastly joke. By the end of the summer, it left an entire population brutalized, hurt, and fatigued.
From 2008, the Kashmiri struggle for self-determinationhas  transformed into a street-based movement. The state responded with the same kind of force: Shoot to kill. humanism gone out of fashion among post-modern elites.
Every home, every family in Kashmir has suffered at the hands of Indian Security forces and there seems to be no way that Kashmiris will ever be content to live with India. The puppet Kashmiri leadership, which India so much relies on, can never be able to pacify the aggrieved people neither spending resources in Kashmir will subside the anger as common people are not agitating for their economic betterment or for tourism rather for independence and ideology. Therefore, India must develop the political will to recognize that Kashmir problem needs to be resolved whatever the price is.
There is still an opportunity for both states. It’s not such a good idea to push another generation of Kashmiris towards militancy. Annual or biannual exhibition of power over a besieged people will not resolve Kashmir. Frequent seasons of unspeakable violence against Kashmiri children will not resolve Kashmir.
So ,can an independent Kashmir be an option?
No, it can’t be; both India and Pakistan will object to it for the obvious reason that the region is landlocked and can’t survive on its own. It would either be dependent on neighboring states or international community to survive economically. So, the chances are that an independent Kashmir will become a proxy for international players; not a plausible situation for both India and Pakistan.
  Indian Occupied Kashmir has three distinct regions; Kashmir valley –  Jammu – and Ladakh.
Critics may argue that asking India to voluntarily give up territory which it holds and getting  no benefit from it, But the benefits are there,
Such as India can obtain permanent UNSC seat with Pakistan and China support. The immense economic benefit to entire region with Kashmir dispute resolved cannot be ignored.
 India can become part of CPEC and enjoy the shared prosperity thus beginning a new era for humanity and progress in this region. Lastly, this solution is like a give and take.
 Indian Government should adopt a wait and see policy with a hope that public anger will again steam out and calm will be restored. Because history has told us that it keeps on recurring and with more violence.
Let’s end with quoting the renowned Indian writer Arundhati Roy who says,
 “India needs Aazadi from Kashmir just as much as – if not more than – Kashmir needs Aazadi from India”.
By Mam Sarah Rafique


Kashmir Solidarity Day
Kashmir Solidarity day is dedicated to support the people of Kashmir and recognize the freedom struggle in part of the region. It focuses to show Pakistan’s support and unity with the people of Indian- occupied Kashmir. We pay homage to Kahmiri martyrs who lost their lives fighting for the “Heaven on Earth” freedom. This Heaven – Kashmir is engulfed by flames, barbed by wire drenched in blood of innocent Kashmiris.
Being Muslim on the first hand and Kashmiri on the other side, all prayers for the Kashmiris and Nawaz Sharif too, whose call resulted in observing this day for the first time in Pakistan in 1990. Then for the HITEC Administration which guided us to observe it at school level and raising awareness among our young Hitonians.
 
By:
 Faria Butt
SCFB (School Section)


Kashmir Solidarity day
 
Kashmir, a beautiful piece of land often referred as HEAVEN ON EARTH, a place so breathtaking and filled with so much natural beauty. Pakistan pays tribute to the Kashmiri people on their sacrifices which they are paying in Indian occupied Kashmir on the 5th of February each year. Public holiday on 5th of February started from 1994. In 1994 government of Pakistan officially announced public holiday on 5thFebruary. It was the time when PPP was in power as government of Pakistan. Each year Pakistan observe the day of 5th February as solidarity day of Kashmir. On this occasion whole country of Pakistan and people of Pakistan living foreign pay tribute to Kashmiri people for their struggle which they are doing in Indian occupied Kashmir. Independence is the fundamental right of any person or nation. This right of independence cannot be snatched by any cruel nation. The struggle of Kashmir people may seem to be long but the day is not far when Kashmiri will be able to breathe in their independent homeland.
 
By:
Ms. Ammara Ghumman
SCFB (School Section)

Kashmir Solidarity day
Kashmir solidarity day is annually observed in Pakistan to express solidarity with the people of Jammu and Kashmir. It honors the sacrifices made for Kashmir. People call upon United Nations to play its role to stop the bloodbath of Kashmiris and enforce their inalienable right to self-determination. Kashmir solidarity day focuses on Pakistan’s support and unity with the people of Kashmir.
By:
Ms. Sanam Shaheen
SCFB (School Section)


KASHMIR DISPUTE
The territory of Kashmir and Jammu in the north-west of the sub-continent is largely uncultivated, mountainous country but with several fertile valleys, especially the valley of Kashmir. It had been part of the Indian Muslim kingdoms for five hundred years until the 19th century, when it was seized first by afghans and then in 1847 , annexed by the Hindu kingdom of Dogra. The majority of the population, however was Muslims.The boundaries of the state was not well defined in most places because of the nature of the land, but the British wanted a buffer kingdom between themselves in India, Russia and China
On partition in 1947 the British offered three choices to the princely states: join India , join Pakistan or in a few cases remain independent. The maharaja of Kashmir, sir Hari Singh was a Hindu ruling a population which was over 75 % Muslims. He initially refused to sign for Pakistan or India hoping to remain independent but as the Muslims of Kashmir rebelled and Pashtun tribesmen swept into the region the maharaja in panic signed to join India . The event had probably been anticipated because the strongly Muslim region of Gurdaspur had totally unjustifiably been awarded to India giving it a frontier with Kashmir and road and rail links guarding access to the vital sources of river Chenab ,Ravi ,Sutlej and Beas.
Indian troops now entered Kashmir which they saw as a part of India and war between India and Pakistan broke out (1948-9). The united nations intervened and arranged a ceasefire on January 1949, but they failed to achieve withdrawal of troops or the holding of a plebiscite in line with a united nations’ resolution. A line of control was drawn up with Pakistan in the north west and India in the south and north east
In 1962 Chinese troops invaded the north-east of Indian-occupied Kashmir in a very remote mountainous region. The reason seems to have been to straighten out the frontier and the Indian army was soon in retreat. China claimed the region as its own under the name Aksai Chin.
In 1965 fighting broke out between Indian and Pakistani troops along the line of control and in September 1965 turned into full-fledged war. The war concluded with a treaty signed by two countries in Tashkent in Uzbekistan with both parties agreeing to settle further disputes by peaceful means but border raids and skirmishes continued. Talks towards a definite settlement began in 1998 but ended rapidly when both countries claimed that they have tested nuclear weapons. India because of its greater manufacturing capacity and resources had superiority in this field.
In 1999 Pakistani troops and Kashmiri fighters entered Indian controlled territory from Kargil and after fierce Indian air attacks the situation developed into all-out war for eight weeks. Pakistan then agreed to withdraw and the uneasy peace resumed, with occasional raids and resulted losses on both sides.
There has been sufficient stability in the region for village elections to take place in 2001 with a huge turn-out for voters. The latest political developments and talks between India and Pakistan have been on a positive note and this has led to the reopening of direct air and road links between the two countries, However the underlying problem of self-determination for the Kashmiri Muslims remains as yet unsolved.
By Mam Ruqqia Zaman


Kashmir Solidarity Day
Federal cabinet declares April 6 as an additional Kashmir Solidarity Day, in support of Kashmiri brothers & sisters against Indian brutalities.
“Deep shock, grief ‘’ on vicious killing of Kashmiri youth. Indian state is playing holi with the blood of Kashmiris.
Since partition in 1947, Pakistan has given moral, diplomatic and political support to the cause of Kashmiri people, for their right to self-determination as enshrined in the United Nation resolution on the issue.
I think The Federal Cabinet should condemn and review the current situation arising from the recent Indian brutalities and killings in Indian Jammu & Kashmir. It should send delegations to different countries in   view of uprising them of human rights abuses in the occupied Valley. Indian attempts to label the legitimate Kashmiri struggle as terrorism cannot deter the valiant people of Jammu & Kashmir from their demand of exercising their rights to self-determination in accordance with the UN resolution.
I think The Federal Cabinet also condemn the suspension of communication services especially the Internet in the Valley and should underscore that such reprehensible Indian attempts aimed at silencing the voice of the Kashmiris from reaching the International community would never succeed.
 
By:
 Misbah Shafique
SCFB (School Section)

Kashmir Solidarity Day
 
Kashmir solidarity day was observed on 6th April to reiterate Pakistan’s support for the Kashmiri people and their longstanding struggle for securing the right of self determination promised by UN resolutions. The purpose of celebrating this day is to expose Indian atrocities and highlight the need for peaceful resolution of the longstanding dispute. I think observing solidarity day, processions for this purpose and rallies are not enough for Kashmir cause. We can only pay homage to Kashmir martyes who lost their lives fighting for Kashmir’s freedom but observance of this day is not a solution to this human catastrophe.  We and our government have to raise the voice and force the world to see the plight of these Kashmiris who have been sold like a commodity. Their homeland has been occupied and they are enslaved, there were thousands of people massacred in every town and village and there were thousands who had disappeared human rights abuses in the Indian administered Jammu and Kashmir state are increasing day by day. The abuses range from mass killings, and enforced disappearances, tortures, rapes and sexual abuses to political repression and suppression of freedom of speech. The Indian Army central Reserve Police Force Border Security Persounel and various separatist militant groups have been held accountable for committing severe human rights abuses against Kashmiri civilians. Peaceful settlement of   Kashmir issue is crucial for both India and Pakistan as without resolving Kashmir dispute, lasting peace is not possible in the region .India must accept this reality that it cannot stop Kashmiri’s freedom movement through atrocities, as Kashmir dispute is a problem of human right and freedom of Kashmiris. Kashmir dispute has to be resolved peacefully through a dialogue on the basis of aspirations of the Kashmiri people otherwise the conflict can become a grave threat to south Asia and the world.
  
Submitted By:
Ms Nuzhat Iftikhar (VP)
JHSB

Kashmir Day
Kashmir Solidarity Day is dedicated to supporting the people of Kashmir and recognizing the freedom struggles in part of the region.
Kashmir Day or Kashmir Solidarity Day is a public holiday in Pakistan on February 5 each year. It focuses on showing Pakistan’s support and unity with the people of Indian –occupied Kashmir, their ongoing freedom struggle, and to pay homage to Kashmiri martyrs who lost their lives fighting for Kashmiri’s freedom.
 
By:
 Rukhshi Arshad
SCFB (School Section)


KASHMIR SOLIDARITY DAY
 
 Pakistan has all along been supporting just indigenous, unarmed struggle of the Kashmiris at all international forums. It has been and will continue to extend political, diplomatic and moral support to the Kashmiris. Resolution of Kashmir dispute is key to stable peace, prosperity and prosperity in South Asia
By observance of Kashmir Solidarity Day on February 5 yet again the freedom loving Pakistanis want to reiterate their unstinted support which the government and people of Pakistan have for the Kashmiris in their determined fight against Indian occupation and for their securing birth right of self-determination and acknowledgement of their great sacrifices for the noble supreme cause of freedom from Indian occupation.
By:
Mr. Mohsin
SCFB (School Section)


KASHMIR ISSUE
Kashmir conflict is a territorial conflict primarily between India and Pakistan, having started just after the partition of India in 1947. India and Pakistan have fought three wars over Kashmir, including the Indo-Pakistani Wars of 1947 and 1965, as well as the Kargil War of 1999.India claims the entire princely state of Jammu and Kashmir as integral part of Kashmir and controls approximately 43% of the region. It controls Jammu, the Kashmir Valley, Ladakh, and the Siachen Glacier. India’s claims are contested by Pakistan, which administers approximately 37% of the region, namely Azad Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan. China currently administers the remaining 20% mostly uninhabited areas. China’s claim over these territories has been disputed by India since China took Aksai Chin during the Sino-Indian War of 1962.
The root of conflict between the Kashmiri and the Indian government is based on the demand for self-determination according to United Nation resolutions on Kashmir in 1947 1nd 1948.India was morally bound to free plebiscite under United Nation to accept Kashmiri people Decision whether to join Pakistan or India. The Indian leader Nehru promised in the United Nation to Accept Kashmiri people’s decision but kept on delaying the matter. The Indian army is committing grave human rights violations in Kashmir. They are using forces brutally killing thousands of innocent civilian including women and children. India has implemented rules in Kashmir to suppress the people crush their human rights.
According to scholars, Indian forces have committed many human rights abuses and acts of terror against Kashmiri civilian population including extrajudicial killing, rape, torture and enforced disappearances. Crimes by militants have also
Although thousands of people have died as a result of the turmoil in Jammu and Kashmir. The conflict has become deadly in recent years. Protest movements created to voice Kashmir’s disputes and grievances with the Indian government, specifically the Indian Military. Elections held in 2008 were generally regarded as fair by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and had a high voter turnout in spite of calls by separatist militants for a boycott. The election resulted in the creation of the pro-India Jammu and Kashmir National Conference, which then formed a government in the state.[19][20] According to Voice of America, many analysts have interpreted the high voter turnout in this election as a sign that the people of Kashmir endorsed Indian rule in the state. But in 2010 unrest erupted after alleged fake encounter of local youth with security force Thousands of youths pelted security forces with rocks, burned government offices and attacked railway stations and official vehicles in steadily intensifying violence.
Elections held in 2014 saw highest voters turnout in 26 years of history in Jammu and Kashmir. However, analysts explain that the high voter turnout in Kashmir is not an endorsement of Indian rule by the Kashmiri population, rather most people vote for daily issues such as food and electricity. An opinion poll conducted by the Chatham House international affairs think tank found that in the Kashmir valley – the mainly Muslim area in Indian Kashmir at the centre of the insurgency – support for independence varies between 74% to 95% in its various districts.
Submitted By:
Abdul Rasheed
Cambridge School


Kashmir Issue
Kashmir conflict is a territorial conflict primarily between India and Pakistan, having started just after the partition of India in 1947. India and Pakistan have fought three wars over Kashmir, including the Indo-Pakistani Wars of 1947 and 1965, as well as the Kargil War of 1999.India claims the entire princely state of Jammu and Kashmir as integral part of Kashmir and controls approximately 43% of the region.
Although thousands of people have died as a result of the turmoil in Jammu and Kashmir. The conflict has become deadly in recent years. Protest movements created to voice Kashmir’s disputes and grievances with the Indian government, specifically the Indian Military. Elections held in 2008 were generally regarded as fair by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and had a high voter turnout in spite of calls by separatist militants for a boycott. The election resulted in the creation of the pro-India Jammu and Kashmir National Conference, which then formed a government in the state.[19][20] According to Voice of America, many analysts have interpreted the high voter turnout in this election as a sign that the people of Kashmir endorsed Indian rule in the state. But in 2010 unrest erupted after alleged fake encounter of local youth with security force Thousands of youths pelted security forces with rocks, burned government offices and attacked railway stations and official vehicles in steadily intensifying violence.
Submitted By:
Muhammad Riaz
Cambridge School


Kashmir Issue
It is nearly six decades since Kashmir has been a disputed territory due to the unjust and immoral occupation of India on the large part of the Valley. The people of Kashmir are valiantly fighting ag against the oppressors and sacrificing their lives for the right of self-determination and liberation.
The Indian troops, on the other hand, are violating the human rights by genocide, mass arrests, searches without the warrant, the widespread use of mental and physical tortures, gang rapes, sieges and dismantling of the sacred places, destruction of houses and fields and the infliction of starvation through long curfews.
No international organization or world power has so far made any serious and sincere attempt to settle this gravest issue that has been a constant threat not only to regional stability but also to global peace. The issue of Kashmir dates back to 1845 when the British rulers ironically allowed Gulab Singh to take possession of the state with the large majority of the Muslims therein. It was virtually a despotic era for the Kashmiries and it eventually resulted in Quit Kashmir was not included in Pakistan, rather it was left at the Hindu Maharajas mercy. The people of Kashmir started no-tax agitation which, later on, assumed a militant form.
Submitted By:
Murtaza Ali
Cambridge School



Kashmir Solidarity Day
Kashmir problem has been hanging fire since the partition of the sub-continent. In fact, the biased and unjust partition plan of the British created the problem deliberately! Kashmir as an independent sovereign country has a history of more than 5000 years. Existence of Kashmir as an independent sovereign country has been mentioned in many ancient chronicles including those of Greece, China and various Arab countries. After four centuries of subjugation by external rulers Kashmiris had a chance to reclaim their independence and sovereignty but due to their misfortune, they got entangled in the tyrant Indian army, extremist governments of Indiaand a conflict for no fault of theirs.
The “problem” has been there now for 70 years! During this period thousands of Kashmiris have been killed, thousands injured and disabled, hundreds of women have been subjected to rape and property worth billions has been destroyed. Economically Kashmiris which used to be self-sufficient have been made totally dependent on external dole. Without outside financial help, the local government is not even in a position to pay the salaries of its employees! Had Kashmir been on its own, not only would it be able to sustain the local population on the most modern lines but also extended aid to its neighbours especially in the field of hydro-electric power of which it has abundant potential.
All these years Kashmir has been used as a whipping boy by our worst neighbor India in a state of perennial conflict. It is a playground for proxy wars for both the sides. In such a situation what could be the permanent solution?
Kashmir Solidarity Day is observed to condemn ongoing state terrorism and violence in Indian Occupied Kashmir.Rallies, functions and walks are organized in different parts of the country as well as by Pakistanis and Kashmiris living around the globe to expose Indian atrocities and highlight the need for peaceful resolution of the longstanding dispute. Like other parts of the country, Kashmir Solidarity Day was also observed in Azad Jammu and Kashmir.
Government of Pakistan decided to initiate a number of measures to apprise the international community about grave human rights violations by Indian occupation forces, but practically there is no big success so far, due to weak stance of our nation generally, particularly of our government.
This time a good step was that Special envoys were sent to selected world capitals to highlight Indian atrocities in the Occupied Kashmir. But unfortunately, nothing worth mentioning thing happened because of biased attitude and prejudice of European nations and USA with the Muslim World.
World bodies like the United Nations and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, and other human rights organizations were also approachedin this regard, but the outcome is very trivial due to vulnerable position of Muslim Countries in the world.
Our authorities, as usual said,‘Pakistan is standing shoulder to shoulder with its Kashmiri brethren in their just struggle for the right of self-determination,the people and all political parties are united on Kashmir issue and will continue to extend moral, political and diplomatic support to the Kashmiri brethren’. Are these beautiful words sufficient to show our solidarity with the innocent Kashmiri people?
Submitted By:
Sheikh Abdul Qadir
Cambridge School


Kashmir Issue
The Indian occupation of Kashmir is by far the greatest blunder India has made, for it never anticipated its catastrophic consequences. It is a blunder so monumental that it has le to three major wars with Pakistan, and there is a fair chance of a much more devastating war in future.
There is no military solution to the Kashmir issue and the Indian forces have to leave and the world powers need to intervene for a resolution of the Kashmir issue.
Indian army must leave Kashmir because of the following reasons:
The majority of Ethnic Kashmiris are Muslim.
Even today, the only part of Kashmir that isn’t of Muslim majority is Jammy. This is because India has promoted migration to Kashmir, as a way of saying, “Hey everyone, Kashmir isn’t a Muslim land!”.
Human Rights Violation by India against ethnic Kashmiris-
There is random disappearances of any person who dares to speak out against the Indian Government. Indian police force (most of whom aren’t even from Kashmir), abuse their powers. Torture has even been used. There have been more than 93,000 innocent deaths in Indian Occupied Kashmir from 1989 to June, 2016.
Kashmiris do not want to be part of India
Most kashmiris want to be independent. Many less would like to be part of Pakistan. Even less for India.
Pakistan is intricately and inseparably interwined with Kashmir and India. Kashmiris have no choice but to hang tough, keep making sacrifices, keep suffering and hope for the best solution to emerge.
Mat the power of Allah Almighty be with Kashmiris and victory and peace prevail in Kashmir and the region.
Submitted By:
IRSA
Cambridge School


KASHMIR ISSUE
Kashmir is considered as “Paradise of Earth” because of its scenic beauty. It’s a land of lush green trees, snowy mountains beautiful rivers beside this. India knows its strategic importance very well, and can get so many benefits. People of occupied Jammau and Kashmir are continuously struggling for their independence. They refused and resist India’s occupation internationally on all forums. United Nation has already declared that Kashmiris should use the right of plebiscite. India is constantly denying the Kashmiris right as he is afraid of their decision and know well the will of Kashmiri People.
Submitted By:
Maryum Zahid
Cambridge School



KASHMIR ISSUE
Kashmir Issue should be resolved according to the United Nation Resolutions and Kashmires should be given the right of self-determination. The civilized world should take the notice of Indian brutality in Kashmir. As South Africa and Namibia are given independence and Nelson Mandela has been awarded the World Nobel Peace prize, the kashmires that are struggling for freedom, should also be given that status .They should be freed from clutches of 7 lac Indian army. The International Court of Justice should bring the war criminals to justice. India should be forced to withdraw from Kashmir. All the Muslim countries should pressurize India through sanctions and bycott.
Submitted By:
Shahina Yasmin
Cambridge School


Kashmir Solidatory Day
It is an internationally recognized day observed by people, predominantly Kashmiris, worldwide. The day is marked by public processions, special prayers in mosques for the liberation of Kashmir and protests that are carried out against the Indian oppression of Kashmir. Kashmir Day is also of particular political importance to major political and religious parties in both Pakistan and AJK. Processions, rallies, conferences and seminars are organized by many political and religious parties where politicians, heads of religious organizations, opinion leaders, and influential public figures address the masses and speak to support the Kashmiri freedom movement.
It focuses on showing Pakistan’s support and unity with the people of Indian-occupied Kashmir, their ongoing freedom struggle, and to pay homage to Kashmiri martyrs who lost their lives fighting for Kashmir’s freedom.
Regards
By:
Asia Perveen
SCFB (School Section)


Kashmir Day in Pakistan
Kashmir Solidarity Day is a public holiday in Pakistan on 5th February every year. Pakistani’s show support and unity with the people of Indian-occupied Kashmir, their ongoing freedom struggle, and to pay homage to Kashmiri martyrs who lost their lives fighting for Kashmir’s freedom.
The Kashmir valley is symbolically referred to as “heaven on earth”. The valley is shown in modern art as being submerged by flames, depicting disturbance, agitation, menace, uproar and peril in heaven. The valley is also shown to be surrounded by a jagged wire inundate in blood. This illustrates human rights contravention in Kashmir.
These acts of injustice and transgression should stop now. Hindus are barbaric and ruthless towards muslims living in kashmir and this is the example of heartlessness of hindus towards muslims dying everyday in kashmir. The silence of international community is shameful and questionable.
Submitted By:
Fizza Khalid
Cambridge School


Kashmir Solidarity Day
We all are well aware of the fact about cruelty, violence, criminal deeds of our neighboring country. Who has been against PEACE in Kashmir and had occupied it since many decades. Dark clouds of cruelty have made a shelter in Kashmir. Humanity is gone away from Indians. Respect for nation, women, children, religion, is not known to them. Pakistan has been playing a prominent part in raising the voice to stop this violence with innocent Kashmiris by Indian Army since the very first day a innocent was led to the death-valley. To be the part of this freedom fighting campaign we all are playing our roles as much as we can by celebrating this day and telling the World about such criminal acts done by Indian Army in Kashmir. Our school celebrated Kashmir Solidarity Day to raise the voice against terrorism and violence done in Kashmir and to tell the Kashmiris that we are with them in this freedom movement.
By:
Ms Sadia Ifitikhar
SCFB (School Section)


Kashmir Issue
Kashmir dispute has been a burning flame since decades between the India and Pakistan. India has been settling its majority in Jammu and other parts of Kashmir forcefully to make world realize its incursion. Thousands of Kashmiri people, women and children are killed to suppress their spirits but their struggle for freedom is firm.
Kashmir has been referred to as the most dangerous place on Earth. The prospect of two nuclear powers facing off across such a comparatively small space is frightening indeed. Since the partition of India and Pakistan in 1947, this unresolved land and the people who live there have been at the root of constant tension between the world’s most populous democracy, India, and its neighbor Pakistan.
Global and regional implications aside, the instability and lack of any conclusive resolution to the political dispute have left the population of Kashmir divided and uncertain about their future.
Peace processes are often accompanied by violence, usually by those who feel they will lose if compromises are reached. Violence should not be used as an excuse to break off negotiations, as this gives veto power to spoilers.
Leaders’ main job is to deliver their own people to the compromises that must be made to reach a solution.
Per the Kashmiris, it is in their best interest to seek peace. Kashmir has already lost one generation to violence in the Valley. The security, economic, environmental, and humanitarian conditions in Kashmir would undoubtedly improve if a peace agreement were reached and sustained.
Submitted By:
Muhammad Shoaib
Cambridge School


Kashmir Solidarity Day
Kashmir is always the bone of contention in the relations of Pakistan and India. Indians have, no doubted, occupied this land against the wish of the native people. For this Indians have always suppressed Kashmiris in the most brutal way. For condemning this forced rule of Indians over Kashmiris, Pakistanis celebrate Solidarity Day in favour of Kashmiris, on 5th February every year. Unluckily, people in Pakistan have started taking this as a day free and for enjoyment. This way, our youth is not at all aware of the purpose of giving holiday on 5th February. HITEC, this year had special assembly related to this topic, where students were asked to tie black ribbons. This definitely helped in creating awareness among the youngsters.
By:
Nafeesa Naveed
SCFB (School Section
)

Kashmir Solidarity Day
Kashmir Day is observed on 5th February by people throughout Pakistan and Azad Jammu Kashmir (AJK). It is an internationally recognized day observed by people, predominantly Kashmiris, worldwide. The day is marked by public processions, special prayers in mosques for the liberation of Kashmir and protests that are carried out against the Indian oppression of Kashmir.Kashmir Day is also of particular political importance to major political and religious parties in both Pakistan and AJK. Another common spectacle is the formation of a human chain on all major routes leading to AJK from Pakistan. People stand in rows with their hands clasped forming a human chain on all major crossings into AJK from Pakistan. This symbolizes unity and solidarity to reassure Kashmiris that they are not alone in their struggle for freedom.
Submitted By:
RabbiaRiaz
JHSC


Kashmir Solidarity Day
Kashmir Day or Kashmir Solidarity Day is a public holiday in Pakistan on February 5 each year. It focuses on showing Pakistan’s support and unity with the people of Indian-occupied Kashmir, their ongoing freedom struggle, and to pay homage to Kashmiri martyrs who lost their lives fighting for Kashmir’s freedom.Kashmir Day is also of particular political importance to major political and religious parties in both Pakistan and AJK. On this day Processions, rallies, conferences and seminars are organized by many political and religious parties where politicians, heads of religious organizations, opinion leaders, and influential public figures address the masses and speak to support the Kashmiri freedom movement. These leaders and spokespeople also advocate a peaceful resolution of the Kashmir issue. Long marches, and rallies sponsored by political organizations, religious parties and other organizations are held, in which people chant slogans to support the Kashmiri freedom struggle and to express solidarity with the Kashmiri people.
Submitted By:
RuqayaKhatoon
JHSB


Kashmir solidarity day
Today on May 6, 2018, Kashmir solidarity day was celebrated in Hitec School and college for boy’s school section. A special program was arranged for this purpose. That includes qiraat related to jihad, naat, speech on Kashmir issue and song regarding the independence of Kashmir. Beside it all the children and faculty members were wearing black bands around their arms to condemn Indian atrocities in occupied Kashmir. Which shows our support and unity with the people of Indian-occupied Kashmir, their ongoing freedom struggle, and to pay homage to Kashmiri martyrs who lost their lives fighting for Kashmir’s freedom.
We also demand from united nation to intervene into these issues seriously and force the India to give the right of self determination to the people of occupied Kashmir as this is one of the most important responsibility of United Nation. Because I think that the peaceful resolution of this issue is so important in order to get peace in south Asia.
May ALLAH help the people of occupied Kashmir to get rid of this problem and may their sacrifices become the source of their independence.
Long live Pakistan , long live Kashmir.
By:
Mr Bilal Amin
SCFB (School Section)


KASHMIR ISSUE
The Kashmir valley is famous for its beautiful mountainous landscape. Jammu and Kashmir consist of three regions: Jammu, the Kashmir Valley and Ladakh. Srinagar is the summer capital, and Jammu is the winter capital. Jammu and Kashmir is a Muslim-majority population state in India. At the conclusion of the British rule in the subcontinent in 1947, princely states (Kashmir) were free to choose between the new Dominions of India and Pakistan or to remain independent. Maharaja Hari Singh the ruler of the princely state through “Instrument of Accession” greed to accede to the Dominion of India, since then people of Kashmir are struggling to get freedom as Muslims who are in majority in Kashmir are not willing to be accede to the Indian state.
Due to the current situation of Kashmir the federal cabinet of Pakistan declared that Kashmir Solidarity Day would be observed April 6th in support of Kashmiri people and against Indian brutalities. It also decided to send special envoys of the Prime Minister, including the President of Azad Jammu Kashmir, to selected capitals to highlight the deteriorating situation in Indian occupied Kashmir (IOK). The cabinet also reiterates the Prime Minister’s request to the UN Secretary General to appoint a Special Envoy for Jammu and Kashmir with a mandate flowing from the unimplemented UN Security Council resolutions.
We all should express solidarity with the people of Jammu and Kashmir; government must convince the international community to take practical measures to stop the human rights violations of the Kashmiris in IOK.
Submitted By:
Zeeshan Farooq
CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL


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