Amid the ongoing investigation into the snake venom case, Bigg Boss OTT winner Elvish Yadav has reportedly fallen ill. “No vlog today. Guys, not good. Kal se dobara tree chalu“, Elvish shared on Instagram stories. For the unversed, Elvish was named in a case related to the supply and use of snake venom at a rave party in Noida. On Tuesday night, he was questioned by the Noida police for more than two hours the clock , reports said.
Elvish Yadav Snake Snake Case: 5 Points
- Citing sources, some media reports have claimed that the case against the popular YouTuber is weak.
- If reports are to be believed, there is no evidence to prove Yadav’s involvement in any snake-related syndicate or related activities.
- An investigation by the Veterinary Department revealed that the venom glands of five cobras out of a total of nine snakes were removed, while the other four were found to be non-venomous. 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.
- Inspection by the veterinary department revealed that the teeth of eight of these nine snakes were missing
- Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar said that he has no influence on the proceedings of the case regarding the FIR filed against Elvish Yadav. He also stressed that the police will act accordingly if the winner of Bigg Boss OTT is found guilty.
Earlier last week, the Noida police filed an FIR against Elvish after a rave party was broken up in which snakes and venom were found. 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 – Rahul, Titunath, Jaikaran, Narayan and Ravinath. The PFA said in the complaint that Elvish Yadav organizes rave parties where they invite foreigners and arrange poisonous snakes.
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