Radhe Maa sits on SHOs chair, dances with policemen

Radhe Maa sits on SHOs chair, dances with policemen

Radhe Maa sits on SHOs chair, dances with policemen

The latest entrant in the list is a Delhi Police SHO who gave his chair to "flamboyant" self-styled god woman Radhe Maa.

A picture of her sitting on a chair of a Station House Office (SHO) is going viral on the internet. Delhi police has sent four cops to district line and suspended SHO and one Assistant Sub-inspector Braj Bhushan. He is seen wearing a big grin and a bright red and gold scarf, incongruous with his khaki uniform but matching Radhe Maa's staple look.

The incident came to light now as the photograph of the godwoman seated in the SHO's chair surfaced on Thursday.

Apart from the photograph, ANI also released a video wherein policemen can be seen singing a devotional song along with Radhe Maa. "Further action will be taken after a detailed inquiry", Prasad said.

While several news agencies reported that the SHO willingly allowed her to sit in his chair, a Hindustan Times report stated that Radhe Maa took the seat without his permission.

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Ravindra Yadav, Joint Commissioner of Police (Eastern Range) said, "An additional Deputy Commissioner of police-rank officer has begun an enquiry into the matter". He added that he had folded his hands since she was a religious figure.

Self-styled godwoman Radhe Maa, who has been accused of hurting religious sentiments, threatening others, obscenity and other offences, is once again in the news for all wrong reasons.

About the video in which policemen could be seen singing, he said that they get many invitations to Ram Lila functions and he did not recall much about the video.

Earlier this year, a Mumbai-based woman had approached the Bombay High Court alleging that Kaur instigated her in- laws to harass her for dowry.

The photo has angered the members of the civil society and non-BJP parties.

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