Self-style god woman, Radhe Maa, has been in the news for all the wrong reasons ever since she gained the media spotlight last year. The latest addition to the list is a Delhi Police SHO who gave his chair to ‘flamboyant’ self-styled god woman Radhe Maa.
Clad in her favourite red colour traditional attire, Radhe Maa was given a floral welcome at Vivek Vihar Police Station East Delhi. Radhe Maa sat on the SHO chair while the officer stood next to him with folded hands.
Requesting Mumbai’s Borivali Court, Radhe Maa filed the application to request the court to take her name down in the from the domestic violence case filed against her which the court rejected.
Last year, a resident of Mumbai Niki Gupta filed a complaint accusing Radhe Maa of instigating her in-laws against her for dowry. However, Borivali police, without informing the complainant, dropped Radhe Maa’s name from the list of accused on grounds of lack of evidence.
On April 28, Gupta submitted a plea to Bombay High Court in connection with the case. Justice Sadhana Jadhav directed the Borivali police to record her statement and allowed Gupta to assist the police in conducting the further probe on the basis of her statement and, if necessary, take further action as per law.
Radhe Maa has also been accused of other offences.
On September 5, the Punjab and Haryana High Court directed the Punjab Police to file a FIR against Radhe Maa on plea of a Phagwara resident, Surender Mittal, a former Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) member.
Two years ago, Mittal had sought a FIR against Radhe Maa but received no response to his complaint from Punjab Police.
Sukhwinder Kaur alias Radhe Maa is from Punjab and later moved to Mumbai. She hosts regular religious events at her Radhe Maa Bhawan located in Boriwali now.