A petitioner has sued Lord Ram for renouncing his wife Sita.
The bizarre case has been filed at a court in Bihar's Sitamarhi district.
The petitioner, a Sitamarhi advocate named Thakur Chandan Singh, has also sued Lord Ram's brother Laxman, for helping Ram in this and "insulting" Sita without verifying facts.
“The Devi was exiled (given ‘vanvasa’) for no fault of hers. It was a hypocritical order from king Rama. How can a man become so cruel to his wife that he sends her off to live in a forest?” Singh says in the complaint.
The court is set to hear the case today, and decide whether to accept the plea or reject it.
According to DNA, Chandan has claimed that injustice towards women began in Treta Yug (When Lord Rama ruled Ayodhya), and said that until the women from Treta Yug are not given justice, women in Kalyug won't get it either.
Not surprisingly, the incident has left the social media in splits. Let's look at some of these reactions:
"Petition filed against Lord Ram for abandoning wife"— Sunil (@sunil_ss7) February 1, 2016
Meanwhile,Goddess Kali maa is very tensed abt her incident with Shiva.@RoflGandhi_
Case against Lord Ram for ‘cruelty’ towards his wife Sita...so Lord Hanuman will be the witness in this case??— Ankita Mehta (@AnkitaMehta2) February 1, 2016
Nobody filed a case against lord ram for not saving Gandhi's life when he chanted "hey ram" after he got shot.— God Particle (@Gott_Partikel) February 1, 2016
The case against Lord Ram must be postponed. He doesn't have a valid address proof— Rahul Raj (@bhak_sala) February 1, 2016
Case filed against Lord Ram.Wonder if he will make the court date.— Sorabh Pant (@hankypanty) February 1, 2016
smone filed a case against Lord Ram for abandoning Sita..We should now force Modi govt to declassify the secret files on The Kurukshetra War— Paresh Rawal (@Babu_Bhaiyaa) February 1, 2016
Anyway, if this Lord Ram case goes to court, it will be fun. For the first time, the judge will be calling the accused - My Lord.— Ramesh Srivats (@rameshsrivats) February 1, 2016
Next, some human rights activist may file a case against Lord Ram for cruelty against Tadka and her son Subahu. pic.twitter.com/cgcc3AzjM7— Shiv Mishra (@mishrashiv) February 1, 2016