Just a day ahead of Janmashtami, a legal notice has been sent Lord Indra asking him to explain - why adequate rains did not occur in the district during this monsoon which has led to drought like situation in Uttar Pradesh.
The notice mentioned that Lord Indra, who is the God of rains (according to Hindu Mythology), has three days time to send a reply to the notice.
Lord Indra may face "stern actions" if he does not reply within the three days, reads the legal notice which was served to him on Wednesday, Aug 8.
Many people were amused to see the notice and were shocked as the notice bore fake stamp and forged signature of magistrates to draft the legal notice.
According to sources, the notice has stamp and signature of Sub-District Magistrate (SDM) Satya Prakash Sharma of Savayajpur tehsil of the Hardoi district. The postal address, which was written on the envelop, was - "The Heaven".
The notice also mentioned - clouds keep hovering over Savayajpur but no rains have taken place leading to drought like situation. Hence, Lord Indra must submit a written explanation within three days as to why there has been no rains in Savayajpur. And, if the Lord fails to give a satisfactory explanation within the stipulated period, the notice states, it will be presumed that He has nothing to say and stern action will be taken, reported Times of India.
The notice to Lord Indra was sent ahead of Janmashtami. Now can Lord Krishna save Indra.