While some sources said that a summon has already been issued to Radhe Maa, other sources claimed that summon was yet to be issued.
Dhananjay Kulkarni, Mumbai DCP (Detection), was quoted as saying, "Radhe Maa, who was out of Mumbai for the last few days, returned to the city today. We will first issue summons to her, after which her statement will be recorded."
It has been reported that investigating cops gathered evidence against the in-laws of the complainant and Radhe Maa.
Police so far issued summons to six persons. However, summons had not been served on Radhe Maa, who is the seventh accused in the case, added sources.
Meanwhile, Sudhir Dalvi, Kandivali police inspector, was quoted as saying, "Summons has been issued to her and she has to appear in the court within four days, whenever the court will call her. If she doesn't appear in the court then another summon will be issued against her."
Radhe Maa landed in legal trouble as a woman filed dowry harassment case against her. Meanwhile, one of her followers hurled obscenity allegations against her.
A legal case under the Dowry Prohibition Act has been filed against Radhe Maa by Nikki Gupta.
Nikki also accused her husband and in-laws of harassing her for dowry.
The complainant claimed that her parents had given jewellery worth Rs 102 crore at the time of her marriage.
But Radhe Maa allegedly had asked her in-laws to pressurise the girl to get more dowry from her parents.
The in-laws of the complainant are staunch believers of Radhe Maa.
The complainant was quoted as saying, "My husband and in-laws used to say I had not got enough jewellery and cash from my parents."
Another woman hurled another allegations against Radhe Maa.
The self-styled godwoman has been accused of performing obscene and vulgar dance steps with her followers during satsangs (spiritual discourses).
Meanwhile, Radhe Maa's pictures in mini skirt and videos in which she was seen dancing in Bollywood songs ignited the controversy over the "godwoman".