It is not known why Radhe Maa, 50, was at the police station in east Delhi, if not for questioning in the cases that have been filed against her.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (Shahdara) Nupur Prasad said, "The seat of an SHO comes with responsibility". The Station House Officer of Vivek Vihar, Sunjoy Sharma, welcomed her and offered her his chair at the police station.
"Since the toilet was located right behind my chair, when Radhe Maa came out, she allegedly sat on the SHO's chair without seeking permission".
Ravindra Yadav, Joint Commissioner of Police (Eastern Range) said, "An additional Deputy Commissioner of police-rank officer has begun an enquiry into the matter". The action against him was taken following uproar over a photograph in which Radhe Maa is seen sitting on the senior cop's chair, while he is standing beside with "chunri" around his neck. "Excuse being given that Radhe Maa was in the police station for security concern holds no ground", Delhi BJP Media in-charge Praveen Shankar Kapoor said.More news: Report Shows Russian-Linked Facebook Ads Specifically Targeted Michigan
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The policeman, probably the SHO was seen holding his hands beside her, as per a photograph shared the news agency ANI.
During this entire time, the police station was resonated with the sound of "Radhe, Radhe".
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.
Radhe Maa had attracted the media attention when a Mumbai-based woman, earlier this year, had approached the Bombay High Court allegeding that she had instigated her in-laws to harass her for dowry.