Kashmir Solidarity Day was observed in Leads Law College on 6th February to draw the world’s attention to the people of India occupied Kashmir who have been facing lockdown and curfew for over 2 years. Speaking on the occasion, Chairman Leads Law College Muhammad Younus said the occupied valley had been turned into the world’s biggest prison. He said the day was not far off when India will have to end the illegal occupation of Kashmir. Pakistan without Kashmir would not be complete. The Kashmir issue is not political or military but human. Students should carry forward the mission of Burhan Wani through social media.