Important Kashmir Days

5th JANUARY (UN Resolution Day)
On 5 January 1949, UNCIP (United Nations Commission for India and Pakistan) resolution states that the question of the accession of the State of Jammu and Kashmir to India or Pakistan will be decided through a free and impartial plebiscite. The UNCIP unanimously adopted this Resolution on 5-1-1949. Members of the
Commission: Argentina, Belgium, Colombia, Czechoslovakia and U.S.A.

26th JANUARY (Black Day)
Kashmiri people living both sides of the Line of Control and rest of the world observe the “Indian Republic Day” as “Black Day” to draw the attention of the international community against the continued illegal and forcible occupation of Jammu and Kashmir by India.

5th FEBRUARY (Solidarity Day)
Every year, the Pakistani nation observes the day to express its unshakable commitment and solidarity to the just cause of Kashmiris who are struggling against the Indian occupation of their motherland.

10th MAY (Charar-e-Sharief Incident Day)
On 10 May 1995 and the holy day of Eid-al-Azha, Indian Armed forces desecrated and destroyed 14th century Muslim shrine of Sheikh Noorud-Din Wali, a patron saint of Kashmir in the city of Charar-e-Sharief, in south-west of Srinagar. In the operation, at least 2000 residential houses and 200 shops were razed to ground. Kashmiris all over the world observe the day in memory of the martyrs and make the world community realize the armed control of India in the occupied Kashmir.

13 JULY (Kashmir Martyr’s Day)
Youme Shuhada-e-Kashmir (Martyrs’ Day) is observed on July 13 every year on both sides of the Line of Control and all over the world by the Kashmiris to pay homage to 22 Kashmiris who were martyred in 1931 to free Kashmir from the brutalities of despotic Dogra rulers. The day is the milestone in the history of Kashmiri struggle against foreign occupation.

15 AUGUST (Black Day)
Kashmiris on both sides of the Line of Control and all over the world observe the Indian Independence Day, as Black Day to convey the message to the international community that India has usurped the Kashmiris’ inalienable right to self-determination.
27TH OCTOBER (Black Day)
Kashmiris on both sides of the Line of Control and all across the world observes Black Day to condemn the illegal occupation of their motherland by India on 27th October in 1947 when Indian troops landed in Srinagar and forcibly occupied Jammu and Kashmir in total disregard to the partition plan of the Subcontinent