I'm don't know why this construction exists, but it does. "Never, rarely, hardly," and other negative or near-negative adverbials at the beginning of a sentence cause an inversion of the subject and verb in the main clause of the sentence.
It's a rather formal construction. As you know, when these words are not at the beginning of the sentence, they do not cause inversion.
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