Schools, Colleges, and Universities In J&K Will Remain Closed On 26 Oct

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Educational Institutions in Jammu and Kashmir to Observe Closure on 26th October in Commemoration of Accession Day

Srinagar, 24 Oct: In observance of Accession Day, educational institutions in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir are set to remain closed on 26th October. Accession Day, an important historical milestone, commemorates the formal accession of the region to India in 1947.

On this day, the Union Territory will mark a state holiday, allowing students, teachers, and staff at schools, colleges, and universities to pay their respects and participate in events that celebrate the unity and historical significance of this occasion.

The Accession Day holiday holds particular historical significance for Jammu and Kashmir, as it represents the moment when the region became a part of India. This move, orchestrated by Maharaja Hari Singh, was a pivotal event in the history of the region, shaping its political landscape.

This closure is in line with the government’s efforts to ensure that the significance of Accession Day is duly recognized and commemorated.

It will provide an opportunity for citizens to reflect on the historical context of Jammu and Kashmir’s accession and its place in India’s rich history.

While educational institutions will remain closed on this day, other essential services and government offices will function as usual. The day is expected to see various programs, discussions, and events that highlight the historical and cultural heritage of Jammu and Kashmir.

Accession Day serves as a reminder of the importance of unity and the diverse cultural fabric of the region. By recognizing this day with a holiday, the government aims to promote a greater understanding of the historical significance of the event among the people of Jammu and Kashmir.

This move is expected to foster a sense of unity and pride among the residents of Jammu and Kashmir as they remember the historic moment when their region became an integral part of India.

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