Hours after self-styled godwoman Radhe Maa made headlines for sitting on the chair of Delhi police SHO, she was the centre of another controversy as a video of her dancing with the policemen went viral on the social media platforms. In this video, that was posted by ANI on its Twitter handle, Radhe Maa can be seen with policemen who were singing in New Delhi’s Guru Tegh Bahadur Enclave. While the policemen are singing a patriotic song, Radhe Maa can be seen enjoying it. In this video too, she is dressed in her traditional garish and loud attire with a trident in her hand. However, FinancialExpress.com cannot verify the authenticity of the video.
Earlier in the day, Radhe Maa was in the news after she got a floral welcome from Vivek Vihar Police Station SHO Sanjay Sharma. An image that was circulating on the internet showed that Sharma had also offered his chair to Radhe Maa. He was seen standing next to her with folded hands seeking her blessings. “Excuse being given that Radhe Maa was in the police station for security concern holds no ground. No security concern said that the SHO should make her sit on his chair,” Delhi BJP Media incharge Praveen Shankar Kapoor said while criticising the move, according to a report by India.com.
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— ANI (@ANI) October 5, 2017
The SHO was criticised for the incident on Twitter as well. The joint CP Eastern Range said that the SHO along with five more policemen has been sent to district lines over the incident. Meanwhile, Shahdara Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police has asked for a detailed report of the incident. Further action will be taken after investigation, said Delhi Police PRO Deependra Pathak.
Born in Dorangala village of Gurdaspur district in Punjab, Radhe Maa’s real name is Sukhvinder Kaur. She has been accused of hurting religious sentiments, threatening, obscenity and other offences. At the age of 13, she had become a disciple of Mahant Ram Deen Das of 1008 Paramhans Bagh Dera Mukerian, in Hoshiarpur district. Das gave her the title of Radhe Maa, meaning ‘Mother Radha’.