Mumbai Police drop Radhe Maa’s name from dowry case

Kaur is the only one among the seven persons named in the FIR to be dropped in the chargesheet.

Written by Mohamed Thaver | Mumbai | Updated: October 17, 2016 2:03 pm
Radhe Maa, Radhe Maa news, Radhe Maa dowry case, Radhe Maa police complaint, Radhe Maa cases, Radhe Maa controversy, Who is Radhe Maa, India news In July last year, one Nikki Gupta approached the police alleging that her husband and his parents, who were disciples of Kaur, had been harassing her for dowry.

Self-styled godwoman Radhe Maa has not been named as an accused in the cheating and dowry harassment case filed against her a year ago.

In the chargesheet filed before the Borivali magistrate’s court, Kandivali police have named six persons, including the complainant’s husband and parents-in-law, as accused and dropped the name of Sukhvinder Kaur alias Radhe Maa. Kaur is the only one among the seven persons named in the FIR to be dropped in the chargesheet.

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Senior police inspector of Kandivali police station Mukund Pawar told The Indian Express, “We did not find any evidence against Sukhvinder Kaur, hence she has not been named as an accused.” The chargesheet was filed about 10 days ago, he added.

In July last year, one Nikki Gupta approached the police alleging that her husband and his parents, who were disciples of Kaur, had been harassing her for dowry. She alleged that they were harassing her at Kaur’s behest. Following this, the Kandivali police registered an FIR against seven persons, including Kaur.

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