From tailor to controversial 'godwoman': 10 things to know about Radhe Maa

Viral Pic SHO gives VIP treatment to Radhe Maa offers his chair

'Godwoman' Radhe Maa Spotted In Police Officer's Chair, Probe Ordered

However, this time, she dragged a station house officer (SHO) of Vivek Vihar Police Station in East Delhi also into the issue along with her. He is seen wearing a big grin and a bright red and gold scarf, incongruous with his khaki uniform but matching Radhe Maa's staple look. Apart from this case, a lawyer accused Radhe Maa of obscenity on the basis of videos showing her being lifted by followers while dancing to Bollywood songs.

Radhe Maa arrived at a Delhi station today and was accorded VIP treatment by policemen. The cop even offered her his chair and can be seen standing next to her with folded hands in the picture. There were 15-20 of her disciples along with her.

Following which, SHO Vivek Vihar and an Assistant Sub-Inspector have been placed under suspension and four other police personnel have been sent to district lines.

Deputy Commissioner of Police (Shahdara) Nupur Prasad said, "The seat of an SHO comes with responsibility".

According to an aide of Radhe Maa, she sat in the chair without realising it was the SHO's and got up after an officer asked her to vacate it. It is said that one of her sons is planning his acting debut.

A investigation was also ordered into the video clip of police officers singing with the godwoman. The woman has said that her husband's family tortured her on the "god woman's" advice.

Radhe Maa who was born as Sukhwinder Kaur in Gurdaspur district of Punjab was married off at the age of 17. The house is called Radhe Maa Bhavan by her devotees and Gupta is a managing trustee of Shri Radhe Guru Maa Charitable Trust. Last month, she was given a huge blow by a Mumbai court that rejected her plea to remove her name as an accused in a case of dowry harassment filed by a city resident Niki Gupta in 2016.

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