Senior cop, who offered his chair to Radhe Maa, suspended

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Dressed in his favorite red attire, Radhe Maa was reportedly given a floral welcome by SHO Sanjay Sharma.

Self styled god woman Radhe Maa was recently accorded a warm reception at New Delhi's Vivek Vihar Police Station. Meanwhile, Shahdara Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police has asked for a detailed report of the incident. On further enquiry, a constable of the police station revealed that Radhe Maa was on a trip to Ramleela and with the increasing people in the event, SHO of the station brought her in the police station.

The SHO has been criticised for his action with the Delhi unit of Bharatiya Janta Party demanding his suspension. Apart from this case, a lawyer accused Radhe Maa of obscenity on the basis of videos showing her being lifted by followers while dancing to Bollywood songs. The five policemen in the video, which was uploaded on the godwoman's facebook page, are assistant sub-inspectors Braj Bhushan and Radhe Krishan, head constable Pramod and constables Hitesh and Ravinder, a senior police official said. So, I allowed her to use the toilet. The cop even offered her his chair and can be seen standing next to her with folded hands in the picture.

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Officers told Macke her children were turned over to DHA and convinced her to come home early, which she did - six days later. The mother is being held without bond in the Polk County Jail. "I've never heard of anything like this before", Johnston Lt.

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.

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