“No one at the point of death is presumed to lie” is this presumption right?

“No one at the point of death is presumed to lie” – a judge has observed thus in India.

Additional Sessions Judge Arun Kumar Arya in Delhi said “A person will not meet his maker (the god) with a lie in his mouth”.

Is it really so?

Can’t a person given to lying throughout her/his life, lie while facing death utter a falsehood to settle scores with a person? Why not?

I don’t know if such a stand is taken in any other country.

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