Radhe Maa: Glory all the way

New Delhi: Accused in two separate incidents including of dowry harassment in Mumbai, Radhe Maa got special treatment at a Delhi police station today.

The station house officer of the Vivek Vihar police station offered his seat to Radhe Maa and also wore her chunari as mark of his respect towards the controversial godwoman.

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To make matter even more interesting, Radhe Maa was also given a floral welcome at the East Delhi police station. She was seen sitting in the chair of the SHO while the officer stood next to her with folded hands.

It is worthwhile mentioning that a Mumbai court had rejected her plea to remove her name as an accused in a case of dowry harassment filed by a city resident Niki Gupta in 2016.

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The 48-year-old Radhe Maa was born in Gurdaspur district of Punjab.

Ram Deen Das gave her the title of Radhe Maa after initiating her in tantric learning.

In a separate case, a lawyer accused her of obscenity on the basis of videos showing her being lifted by followers while dancing to Bollywood songs.

Radhe Maa has a temple to her name located about 2 km from the ashram of her guru at Mukerian.