Elvish Yadav Snake Case: Elvish Yadav, the winner of Bigg Boss OTT 2, is making waves for all the wrong reasons these days. Earlier last week, based on a complaint filed by the organization People For Animals (PFA), the Noida police raided a banquet hall located in Sector 51 and arrested five people. The PFA named him an Elvish FIR and accused him of organizing rave parties where they invite foreigners and arrange poisonous snakes. Yesterday, he was questioned by the Noida police for more than two hours in connection with the case. The latest investigation by the veterinary department suggested that five cobras out of a total of nine snakes had their venom glands removed, while the other four were found to be non-venomous. For the unversed, nine poisonous snakes were found during the raid. Under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, removing the venom glands of a snake is a punishable offense and the offender can be jailed for seven years.
Elvish Yadav Snake Venom Case: 5 latest developments
- Inspection by the veterinary department revealed that the teeth of eight of these nine snakes were missing
- If reports are to be believed, Elvish Yadav reached the Sector 20 police station around midnight on Tuesday and was questioned by the Noida police for more than two hours.
- DCP, ADCP and ACP-level officers are said to have been present during the interrogation. After the question, Elvish Yadav was allowed to leave.
- Reports also claimed that Elvish Yadav approached the police and said that he would reach the police station late at night for questioning to avoid media glare.
Earlier, Elvish joined Instagram and dismissed all allegations. Sharing his statement in Hindi, “I woke up to the news that Elvish Yadav has been arrested. Elvish Yadav is involved in drugs etc. These things are being spread against me. All these accusations against me are baseless. These are all fake. There is not even one percent of truth in it. I am ready to cooperate with the UP police.”
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