Elvish Yadav: A case has been registered against Elvish Yadav by the police for illegally organizing a rave party and allegedly using snake venom in it. Five others have been arrested in the case but Elvish is on the run. Even after the FIR was lodged, he has not been traced yet. However, Elvis’ last location has been found in Hotel Empressa in Andheri West, Mumbai. It was told that after shooting for his new show, Elvish Yadav came to Mumbai from Alibaug and took shelter in this hotel.
Noida Police is conducting search operations in three states in search of famous YouTuber and Bigg Boss OTT-2 winner Elvish Yadav, but so far there is no trace of him. Actually, a case has been registered against Elvish Yadav in Noida. Elvish Yadav is accused of organizing a party to get addicted to the poison of many poisonous snakes, including cobras. Not only this, he is also accused of supplying snakes.
It is alleged that Elvish Yadav had arranged poison for foreign girls and snakes at the rave party. However, the police have revealed this rave party by conducting a raid and Elvish Yadav is also named in the FIR.
In fact, a case has been registered against Elvish Yadav by the police for organizing a rave party illegally and for the alleged use of snake venom in it. Five others have been arrested in the case but Elvish is on the run. Even after the FIR was lodged, he has not been traced yet. However, Elvis’ last location has been found in Hotel Empressa in Andheri West, Mumbai. It was told that after shooting for his new show, Elvish Yadav came to Mumbai from Alibaug and took shelter in this hotel.
But as soon as the information about the rave party case came to light, Elvish Yadav checked out from this hotel yesterday i.e. Friday at 2 pm. Since then, there has been no trace of him. It was said that Elvis has left for Delhi, but he could not be spotted at the Mumbai airport. He is not even at his Gurugram home. Elvish’s parents are also not at the Gurugram home. Only he has a house helper at home.
After the matter came to light, Elvish has completely denied the allegations against him, defending his side in a video posted on YouTube. Nine snakes, including cobras, were rescued from the possession of the arrested persons, the officials said. These people had gathered for a rave party at a banquet hall in Sector-51 on Thursday. The party was a trap laid by animal rights organisation People for Animals (PFA). The police seized 20 ml of snake venom kept in a plastic bottle from the possession of the accused and sent it for examination to ascertain if it was similar to the drug designed to act like a narcotic in the body, he said.
An FIR was registered against Yadav and six others for partying at a banquet hall in Sector 51 under provisions of the Wildlife (Protection) Act and criminal conspiracy following a complaint by Gaurav Gupta, animal welfare officer of the PFA organisation run by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Maneka Gandhi, officials said. Snake venom was provided at the party.
Gupta said he had received information that Yadav used to do rave parties with others at farm houses in Noida and the National Capital Region (NCR) and make videos with snake venom and live snakes. He also claimed that foreign women were invited to the party and snake venom and drugs were consumed there.
Officials said Gupta contacted Elvish Yadav through his informer. Gupta asked his informer to organise a rave party in Noida and make arrangements for cobra snake venom, including live snakes, they said. Gupta said the informer spoke to Yadav and convinced him to join the party. When Gaurav Gupta expressed his desire to see the banned snake from the people who had come to Sector-51 for the party, they showed him the snake, after which he reported the matter to the Forest Department and Sector-49 police station, the official said.
After receiving information, a police team rushed to the spot and arrested Rahul (32), Titunath (45), Jaikaran (50), Narayan (50) and Ravinath (45), the officials said. Elvish Yadav and others present at the party are on the run, he said. The police are looking for them.