Radhe Maa’s gatherings are like Satsangs or dance bars, wonders Twinkle Khanna

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New Delhi, Aug 22: After television actress Dolly Bindra has levelled some serious allegations on the self-styled godwoman Radhe Maa, it seems more trouble is coming for the controversial religious guru.

Just a day before Dolly Bindra accussed Radhe Maa of forcing her to have sex with a stranger, Bollywood actress Twinkle Khanna also raised questions on her gatherings in her latest column written for DNA.

Radhe Maa’s gatherings: Twinkle Khanna wonders if they are like Satsangs or dance bars?
In the column she has narrated an incident which dates back to the year 2014 when her mother had once gone to Radhe Maa's gathering. When Twinkle's mother comes back, she raise so many questions.

"Since Ma had decided not to answer me, I went to the Baap of the information universe, Google, and up popped a video of Radhe Maa. She was sitting on a grand stage, smiling, all dressed in red.

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A man picked her up in his arms, hoisted her in the air and danced around for a few minutes, after which he passed her to another burly gentleman, who also carried her while twirling around a bit and then he put her back on stage.

I yelped, ‘Mom! You went to a satsang or a dance bar," Twinkle says in her article in DNA.

All the trouble for radhee maa started when, a 32-year-old woman had filed a complaint of domestic violence and dowry harassment against her in-laws and Radhe Maa. She alleged that the 'godwoman' instigated her in-laws, who have been her followers for last several years.

A new complaint was on Wednesday, Aug 12 filed at the suburban Borivali police station here against 'godwoman' Radhe Maa alleging her involvement in promoting superstition.

Advocate Ashok Rajput who filed the complaint has demanded that Radhe Maa should be booked under the stringent Anti-Superstition Law not only for spreading superstition but also for practising "indecent behaviour".

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