Rajasthan High Court Judge Mahesh Chandra Sharma, while giving a strange comment on the last day of his service, said, “Peacock Don’t Have Sex” and after this there was a ruckus on the micro-blogging website Twitter . Due to the comments, Twitter users stuck with their laptops and mobile phones for hours, and gave responses in a variety of ways . This statement of the judge is being trolled in the social media.
Whole Matter Of Peacock Don’t Have Sex Statement :
Indeed, the Rajasthan High Court’s judge Mahesh Chandra Sharma had suggested on Wednesday that the cow should be given the status of the National Animal of India . While giving arguments in favor of his suggestion, he compared the cow to ‘Peacocks’. In describing the detail of the purity of the peacock, the judge had said, “The peacock is lifelong Brahmachari ,he has never sex with the peahen. Peahen drink the peacock’s tears, to become pregnant .
Then on Twitter, there was a flood of such messages, who informed that the reality is that peacocks and peacocks also reproduce like all other creatures, and some users have proved their reasoning by posting peacocks matting videos .
Twitter users have created an uproar over the views of the judge, and on the many posts of the micro-blogging website, the #brahmacharipeacock and #sanskaaripeacock hashtags began to appear.
One day after telling peacock as a brahmachari, the retired judge of the Rajasthan High Court has once again issued a strange statement . Sharma said on Thursday that mythology is above science .The retired judge said during the interaction with the media, “You can ask any scientist or people related to animal husbandry. Most importantly, the matter of Peacocks Don’t Have Sex is also written in our holy books.”
When the retired judge asked about the scientific basis of his decision on Thursday . He said, “It has been written in Brahma Purana, which is thousands of years old. When he was questioned that the Puranas are a part of mythology and this is not a scientific journal . Sharma replied, “The place of science comes under the mythology.”