Man seeks FIR against Radhe Maa for hurting religious sentiments

  • HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times, Phagwara
  • Updated: Aug 14, 2015 10:09 IST

A local resident has written a letter to the Kapurthala senior superintendent of police (SSP), demanding registration of a first information report (FIR) against controversial godwoman Radhe Maa for hurting religious sentiments of the Hindu community by spreading obscenity and vulgarity, besides bribing and threatening him.

Surinder Mittal, former president of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (Kapurthala and Jalandhar), claimed that Radhe Maa, alias Sukhwinder Kaur, threatened him over phone when he was trying to expose her.

"I have call recordings and text messages in which she threatened me," he claimed.

Mittal claimed that Radhe Maa belongs to a criminal family as she along with her brother and father had killed her sister-in-law Balwinder Kaur in June 2002 and a case was also registered at the Dorangla police station in Gurdaspur in this connection. They three were convicted and given 10-year jail, he claimed.

As per information, Mittal procured documents through the Right to Information (RTI) Act and claimed to help Nikki Gupta, a resident of Mumbai, who was being harassed by Radhe Maa.

"I received several calls from Radhe Maa, her sister Rajinder Kaur, alias Rajji Massi, her servant Ritu Sareen alias Chhoti Maa, her daughter-in-law Megha Singh between April 9 and April 30," he alleged.

Mittal said she offered him money, which he refused. Mittal has also attached prints of call recordings and text messages and demanded FIR against Radhe Maa, Raji Massi, Chhoti Maa, Megha Singh and Sanjiv Gupta, who live in Radhe Maa Bhawan in Mumbai.

SSP Rajinder Singh said that he has marked an inquiry to Phagwara superintendent of police (SP) Ashwani Kumar and a case will be registered thereafter.

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