January 02, 2008

Hindu Gods Summoned To Court To Settle Property Dispute

A judge in India has summoned two Hindu gods, Ram and Hanuman, to help resolve a property dispute.

Judge Sunil Kumar Singh in the eastern state of Jharkhand has issued adverts in newspapers asking the gods to "appear before the court personally".

The gods have been asked to appear before the court on Tuesday, after the judge said that letters addressed to them had gone unanswered.

Ram and Hanuman are among the most popular Indian Hindu gods.

Judge Singh presides in a "fast track" court - designed to resolve disputes quickly - in the city of Dhanbad.

The dispute is now 20 years old and revolves around the ownership of a 1.4 acre plot of land housing two temples.
Do the religious go out of thier way to prove how moronic they are? And this isn't some smack head ranting on a street corner, This is a court of law!

1 comment:

  1. Singh is quite a Sikh-sounding name, so it might be that he's a non-Hindu taking the piss.