Controversy after controversial Radhe Ma welcomed by Delhi Police

Controversy after controversial Radhe Ma welcomed by Delhi Police

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.

The Delhi Police has reportedly initiated an inquiry into the "warm welcome" that was extended to Radhe Maa.

A separate investigation has also been ordered into a video clipping that shows several police officials in uniform singing along with the controversial godwoman who is seen dancing, a police officer added.

Born in Dorangala village of Gurdaspur district in Punjab, Radhe Maa's real name is Sukhvinder Kaur.

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Radhe Maa visited the police station when Sharma was in his office at around 11.30 pm on September 28. After the photograph of the occassion went viral, the SHO was first transferred to the district line.

This self-acclaimed goddess lady so soon drew the attention of people over her delusive spiritual kingdom by Bollywood and many social networking minds.

Deputy Commissioner of Police (Shahdara) Nupur Prasad said, "The seat of an SHO comes with responsibility". Justice Sadhana Jadhav directed the Borivali police to record her statement and allowed Gupta to assist the police in conducting further probe on the basis of her statement and, if necessary, take further action as per law.

Radhe Maa had attracted the media attention when a Mumbai-based woman, earlier this year, had approached the Bombay High Court allegeding that she had instigated her in-laws to harass her for dowry. Radhe Maa was also accused of driving a family of seven to suicide in Gujarat. The house is called Radhe Maa Bhavan by her devotees and Gupta is a managing trustee of Shri Radhe Guru Maa Charitable Trust. Another case was filed by the actress Dolly Bindra alleging sexual harassment against the religious leader.

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