An Advocate files case against Lord Ram and Laxman renouncing Devi Sita.

Bihar: The Complainant himself is an advocate has filed a case against Lord Ram for renouncing his wife Sita in Ramayana. This bizarre incident happened on 1st February 2016 at Civil Court, Sitamarhi district, north Bihar.

The petitioner Thakur Chandan Singh has also accused Lord Ram’s brother Laxman, for helping Ram in this matter and “insulting” Sita without verifying facts.

Ram Laxman Sita

According to report Thakur Chandan Kumar Singh, has said that injustice towards women began in Treta Yug (when Lord Rama is believed to have ruled Ayodhya). He further says that until the women from Treta Yug are not given justice, women in Kalyug won’t get it either.

According to him Lord Ram had tortured his wife Sita and sent her to exile without verifying the facts. She was punished for the fault she has not done. How can he live her wife alone in forest between wild animals without thinking for a single moment?

The case was filed in the court of the chief judicial magistrate (CJM), agreed to take up this matter on 1st Feb, 2016. The petitioner claimed that his intention was not to hurt anybody’s religious sentiment.

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