Elvish Yadav Supplied Snake Venom at Rave Parties For Money

Suhana Parvin
Suhana Parvin
Elvish Yadav Supplied Snake Venom at Rave Parties For Money

Elvish Yadav, a well-known YouTuber and winner of Bigg Boss OTT 2 was arrested on March 17 for allegedly arranging and supplying snakes and snake venom to rave parties. The arrest followed months of investigation into a case involving a group of individuals supplying snake venom to such events. Last year, a raid in Noida led to the recovery of nine snakes. Including five cobras, and the seizure of snake venom, bringing Yadav’s involvement in the case to light.

Elvish Yadav Supplied Snake Venom at Rave Parties for Money

Yadav and five other people were the target of a complaint from the ‘People for Animals’ NGO, which was headed by Maneka Gandhi. The other five were accused of supplying snake venom at a party in Noida. Yadav was taken into detention alongside five others as well. Against Section 120A of the IPC (criminal conspiracy) and the Wildlife (Protection) Act. He had been asked to put on a rave party and get cobra venom, reportedly to an NGO sting operation.

The five people who were detained had snakes in their possession. Including snake charmers, which the police found during their investigation. Elvish Yadav was further linked to the case by a video that showed him holding two snakes. Yadav, on the other hand, denied any involvement and asserted that Bollywood singer Fazilpura had arranged for the snakes to belong to a production house.

Elvish Yadav, popularly known as ‘Rao Sahab’, is renowned for his comic timing and digital content. Hailing from Gurgaon, Haryana, Yadav attended Amity International School for his early education and later pursued a Bachelor of Commerce from Hans Raj College in Delhi. With a reported net worth of Rs 7 crore, Yadav’s case has garnered significant attention. Raising questions about the use of dangerous substances at social gatherings and the responsibilities of social media influencers.

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Impact of the Case

The case involving Elvish Yadav has raised concerns about the use of dangerous substances at rave parties and the influence of social media personalities on young audiences. The police have identified snake venom being used in over six parties, all linked to him. Authorities are also identifying attendees of these parties for appropriate action.

His name first emerged in connection with the snake venom case last year, when a group of individuals was arrested for supplying snakes and venom to a rave party. The recovered snakes and venom led the police to investigate further, eventually leading to his arrest. Despite earlier denials, he has now admitted to arranging snakes and snake venom at rave parties, according to police sources.

Elvish Yadav’s arrest and the subsequent revelations about his alleged motives have shocked many. The case underscores the need for stricter regulations and monitoring of such events to prevent the use of dangerous substances. It also highlights the responsibility of social media influencers to promote safe and responsible behavior among their followers.

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