Radhe Maa issued summons by Mumbai Police, asked to appear within four days
Mumbai Police issued summons to the controversial self-styled godwoman Radhe Maa on Sunday.
Mumbai: Mumbai Police issued summons to the controversial self-styled godwoman Radhe Maa on Sunday.
As per the summons, Radhe Maa has to appear within four days at Kandivali Police station.
“Notice has been served, she has to appear within four days,” Sudhir Dalvi, Police Inspector said, as per ANI.
The self-styled godwoman has been named in a dowry harassment case.
According to the police, a 32-year-old woman has accused Radhe Maa of instigating her in-laws, who are her followers for many years, to demand dowry from her, as per PTI.
Six other persons, including the in-laws of the complainant, were issued summons earlier.
The woman has accused them of "mental and physical harassment for dowry".
An FIR against Radhe Maa and others had been lodged last week.
All the seven accused have been booked under relevant sections of the IPC and Dowry Prohibition Act, police said.
Meanwhile, on August 07, reports said that Radhe Ma was interrogated by Aurangabad city police for more than an hour but the police was tight-lipped about the details.
She is also said to be allegedly involved in a case of domestic violence and torture of one of her disciples Niki Gupta, who is a resident of Borivali in Mumbai.
Last Saturday, in a brief statement to the media, she had said, "God will do justice to me".
(With Agency inputs)