In an unusual hearing, a Bihar court which began the hearing the case against Lord Rama for exiling his wife Sita to forest as epic Ramayana says, it asked the petitioner who to punish for the incident.
The judge asked the petitioner why has he filed a case and who will be his witness in the case. He also said no date has been mentioned on which Rama ousted Sita to forest.
However, the petitioner said he approached the court to seek justice for Sita. The complaint filed a case against Lord Rama and his brother Lakhman in the court of chief judicial magistrate in Sitamarhi on Saturday by lawyer Thakur Chandan Kumar Singh.
Singh claims in his petition that Rama sent Sita to a life in exile in a forest without any fault of her and there was no justification for doing it.
The lawyer said, Sita was exiled for no fault of hers and it was hypocritical order of King Rama. A case has been filed under Section 367/34 and other sections of the IPC.
Singh is a resident of Dumri Kala village under Majorganj police station.