Kashmir Solidarity Day (Urdu: یوم یکجہتی کشمیر) or Kashmir Day, is a national holiday in Pakistan and also observed by Kashmiri nationalists on 5 February each year. It is in observance of Pakistan’s support of and unity with the people of Kashmir, the nationalists' efforts to separate from India, and to pay homage to Kashmiris who have died in the conflict. The day often marks unrest in Kashmir valley in Jammu & Kashmir, India. Solidarity rallies against Pakistan are also held in Azad Kashmir, Pakistan and by Mirpuri Kashmiris in the United Kingdom.
Experts mark it as an Pakistani tactic to continue its Anti-India propanganda.
Kashmir Day was first proposed by the Jamaat-e-Islami party in Pakistan in 1990. In 1991, the then-Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif called for a "Kashmir Solidarity Day Strike".