In order to express solidarity and support with the people of Indian-administered Jammu and Kashmir, Government of Pakistan, Ministry of Federal Education and Professional Training, announces the observance of Kashmir Solidarity Day on February 5th, 2023 with full passion and commitment. On the directives of Federal Education Minister, Rana Tanveer Hussain, cultural shows, book fairs, walks, tableaus, awareness sessions, musical shows, arts, essay writing and debate competitions were held in public and private educational Institutes in Islamabad to engage students and provide them with a platform to express their opinions and ideas on the current situation in Kashmir. This day is marked by various activities and events to raise awareness about the ongoing conflict and human rights violations in the region. The Federal Minister for Education Rana Tanveer Hussain said that, “On this day of solidarity we vowed that, we will stand with our Kashmiri Brothers and Sisters and fight for their freedom until they get their right of self-determination”. In this regards, Inter Board Committee of Chairmen (IBCC) organized multiple activities which includes, solidarity walk, interactive session with youth and panel discussion on “Kashmir under Indian Atrocities: Challenges and Prospects”. On this occasion, Secretary IBCC, Dr Ghulam Ali Mallah calls for an end to the Indian atrocities committed in the region. By expressing his solidarity he said that, “the people of Kashmir were fighting for their freedom for 75 years and they continue to endure human rights violations and injustices under Indian rule. We the people of Pakistan strongly condemn the atrocities of Indian forces on people of Indian Illegally occupied Jammu & Kashmir and we strongly support Right of Self-Determination for Kashmiri people as per UN Resolution”. As part of the celebrations, solidarity walks was organized by the institutions under the umbrella of Federal Education Ministry in cities across Pakistan to showcase their support for the Kashmiri people and raise awareness about their struggle for self-determination. National Book Foundation in collaboration with National Skills University (NSU), Islamabad organized a books festival in NSU to spread awareness through the literature. Kashmir Cultural Festivals were also held in the National College of Arts (NCA) and various schools and colleges in Islamabad, showcasing the rich cultural heritage of the region through music, performances, and traditional cuisines. Allama Iqbal Open University held seminars and walks in the main and regional campuses. Quaid-i-Azam university organized a walk on the campus to show solidarity with kashmiris and condemn the brutalities if indian armed forces in Indian -Occupied Kashmir. NFC Institute of Engineering and Fertilizer Research Faislabad held rally for expressing solidarity. Various Islamabad Model Colleges for girls and Boys held various events to mark the day. Roots International and Roots Millennium schools alongwith various other private schools also held walks and cultural shows to commemorate the day and raise awareness about the issue.