A picture of self styled god woman Radhe Ma has surfaced where she could be seen sitting on the chair of Vivek Vihar Police Station's SHO in New Delhi.
Speaking on the condition of anonymity, an official said the SHO had claimed that Radhe Maa was on her way to the Ram Lila function and had stopped at the police station to use its washroom.
In a photo tweeted by ANI, Radhe Maa can be seen sitting on the Station House Officer Sanjay Sharma's chair, while the officer can be seen standing beside with folded hands.
Bhushan is seen in a video clip along with four-five other officers in uniform singing with the controversial godwoman, who is also dancing. She soon became a close associate of Radhe Maa and now the congregation knows her as Chhoti Maa. Dressed in her traditional attire with trident in her hand, Radhe Maa can be enjoying the song. Later she took her to his police station and gave a grand welcome treatment. After the photograph of the occassion went viral, the SHO was first transferred to the district line. Around 15 people were accompanying her.More news: 5 running backs the Green Bay Packers could acquire
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Deputy Commissioner of Police Nupur Prasad told IANS that an inquiry had been ordered into the "unprofessional conduct" of Station House Officer Sanjay Sharma of Vivek Vihar police station. She has a palatial Radhe Maa Bhawan in Mumbai, where she holds religious events every fortnight.
During this entire time, the police station was resonated with the sound of "Radhe, Radhe". In 2015, a woman alleged that her husband and his family harassed her for dowry at the order of Radhe Maa.
The 48-year-old Radhe Maa's original name is Sukhwinder Kaur. Her long list of controversies include everything from charges of obscenity to hurting religious sentiments and intimidation.