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Radhe Maa receives grand welcome in police station in New Delhi, draws controversy

Radhe Maa receives grand welcome in police station in New Delhi, draws controversy

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 05 Oct 2017, 05:31 pm
New Delhi, Oct 5 (IBNS): Self-styled god-woman, Radhe Maa once again courted controversy as she was caught in a video receiving a grand welcome at Vivek Vihar police station and later sat on the chair of the Station House Officer (SHO).

The incident occurred  last week on Durga ashtami.

In a video which was uploaded on youtube, though later removed, one police officer was seen singing songs for Radhe Maa, welcoming her to the police station at the national capital.

Controversial Radhe Maa came to watch Ram-Leela near Vivek Vihar police station on Durga ashtami. She had visited the police station to use the washroom.

The god-woman, as the video revealed, even dared to sit on the chair of the SHO, that has raked controversies all the more.

As Radhe Maa was sitting on the chair, all the police men were standing beside her with their folded hands.

Sukhwinder Kaur, also known as Radhe Ma, a self declared female guru from suburbs of  Mumbai, was embroiled in controversy when complaints were lodged against her for running a parallel business in disguise of religious activities and videos of her with improper conducts went viral.

The incident assumed such a significance since Radhe Maa is already accused of running a parallel business in the disguise of such religious activities.


Image: Youtube