Superman Recognizes Grave Human Rights Violations In Kashmir In DC’s New Movie, “Injustice”

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DC Comics, the well-known American comic book publisher that owns the fictitious superhero Superman, recently revealed that a new bisexual Superman would appear in the next issue. Soon after that, they made another disclosure, according to which the new DC movie “Injustice,” featuring the Superman, will show Kashmir as a disputed territory.

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The movie has also recognized the gross human rights violation in the valley.

In a clip doing rounds on the internet, the movie’s characters’ Superman and Wonderwoman can be seen destroying the Indian military equipment.

By the end of the clip, Superman declares the disputed territory as an arms-free zone.

The ethnically diverse Himalayan region is claimed by both India and Pakistan, but only sections of it are under their control. Jammu and Kashmir, India’s federal territory, has long been considered essential to the country’s unity.

Indians are, however, disappointed with this portrayal of Kashmir in the new Superman movie and they have even decided to cancel the new film.

Others are just loving the fact that Indians haven’t understood one bit of the movie and are going on and on about getting it banned.

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