Updated: February 1, 2016 12:31:03 pm
It was a day for Lord Ram on Twitter, but what for? It was certainly not Ram Navami (Lord Ram’s birth anniversary celebrations) nor Diwali, then why did ‘he’ suddenly make the virtual world remember him.
Well, the buzz was created when a Bihar court agreed to hear a petition filed against Lord Ram, for the ‘cruelty showed’ towards his wife, Sita.
The report quoted the complainant as saying, “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? Lord Rama did not think for a single moment how a woman could live alone amid wild animals, including reptiles and mammals, in the forest.”
As hearing of the case is scheduled for Monday, twitterarti reacted to this rather bizarre case:
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
Case filed against Lord Ram.
Wonder if he will make the court date.
— Sorabh Pant (@hankypanty) February 1, 2016
Lord Ram is evidence of how much time our judiciary takes time to solve it.
the man deserves to be heard
— Omerta (@loud_engineer) February 1, 2016
100 of 1000s of cases pending in the Indian courts and they took up a case against lord Ram ! How can a sane person respect judiciary ?
— Proud Bhaqt (@ExSecular) 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
— Mukesh Pathak (@MukeshPathakji) February 1, 2016
I trust on court that case on Lord Ram will be Reject. This case just a publicity stunt on the name of Prabhu Ram.
— Abhishek Mishra (@AbhishekVHP) February 1, 2016
Expecting Ram Jethmalani to appear for the petitioner in the Lord Ram case. After all, Lord Ram is a bad husband according to him.
— Ashwin S Kumar (@ashwinskumar) February 1, 2016
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