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Radhe Maa leaves Nanded for Mumbai, likely to be interrogated on Monday

Controversial self-styled Godwoman Radhe Maa is likely to be interrogated by Mumbai Police in connection with a dowry harassment case on Monday, reports claimed on Saturday.


Radhe Maa leaves Nanded for Mumbai, likely to be interrogated on Monday

Mumbai: Controversial self-styled Godwoman Radhe Maa is likely to be interrogated by Mumbai Police in connection with a dowry harassment case on Monday, reports claimed on Saturday.

According to reports, Radhe Maa left Nanded hotel at around 11:00 pm to reach for Mumbai.

Furthermore, police will also record statements of other accused against whom summons was issued on Saturday.

Summons was issued against six persons, excluding Radhe Maa, who are accused in the case, a senior police officer said.

Pointing out that summons was not served on the godwoman, senior inspector of Borivali police station, Mukund Pawar said, "We have not issued any summons or have not initiated any kind of police procedure regarding the godwoman."

"Once the statements of the six accused are recorded by police, the police will call Maa for (recording of) her statement," he said, adding that statement of the six accused will be recorded from Monday.

The summons was issued after police registered an FIR against Radhe Maa and others earlier this week, including in-laws of the 32-year-old complainant who has accused them of "mental and physical harassment for dowry".

In her complaint, the woman has accused Radhe Maa of instigating her in-laws, who are her followers for many years, in demanding dowry from her.

(With PTI inputs)

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