Radhe Maa VIP treatment Delhi police station
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New Delhi, Oct 5: Self-proclaimed godwoman Radhe Maa was today seen sitting on the seat of SHO at Delhi’s Vivek Vihar Police Station.
Delhi Police is probing how self-styled god woman Radhe Maa managed to sit on the chair of the SHO of a police station here.
The station house officer of the Vivek Vihar police station in Delhi today offered his seat to Radhe Maa and also wore her chunari as mark of his respect towards the controversial godwoman.
Deputy Commissioner of Police Nupur Prasad told IANS on Thursday that an inquiry had been ordered into the “unprofessional conduct” of Sanjay Sharma, SHO of Vivek Vihar police station in east Delhi after a photograph showed her seated on his chair.
Prasad said the SHO had been told to report to another department till the inquiry by an Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police gets over.
Prasad said the photo, supposedly taken on September 28, also shows a police officer standing next to Radhe Maa with folded hands.
WHO IS RADHE MAA?
The 48-year-old Radhe Maa was born in Gurdaspur district of Punjab as Sukhwinder Kaur, who studied till class IV. Sukhwinder Kaur was married off at 17 to one Mohan Singh.
To support back up her husband’s meagre earning, Sukhwinder Kaur stitched clothes as teenager.
After Mohan Singh went to Qatar in search of better job, Sukhwinder Kaur, at 23, became a disciple of Mahant Ram Deen Das of 1008 Paramhans Dera of Mukerian in Hoshiarpur district.
Ram Deen Das gave her the title of Radhe Maa after initiating her in tantric learning.
Later, Radhe Maa moved to Mumbai and made it her base. She was at the centre of controversy in Mumbai after Niki Gupta complained to police that Radhe Maa incited her in-laws to harass her for dowry.