Elvish Yadav : Big Boss Winner and YouTuber has been arrested for the use snake venom at rave parties,

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After the police broke up a rave party in Sector 49, Bigg Boss OTT winner Elvish Yadav and five other people were taken into custody in Noida. During the raids, police discovered nine snakes, including five cobras, and snake venom, India Today was informed on Friday by the police.

The BJP MP Maneka Gandhi’s NGO, which had been monitoring Yadav for some time, submitted a complaint, which led to the Noida police making the arrests.
The complainants reportedly informed Noida Police that they had proof that Yadav had “illegal” rave parties with frequent invitations to foreigners and had recorded recordings at his Noida farmhouse with real snakes and snake venom.

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The allegation states that Yadav was then instructed to obtain some cobra venom by an NGO worker. According to reports, Yadav divulged his agent’s information and phone number.

Elvish Yadav is one of the six names included in the First Information Report that was submitted, according to the police. “Five of the six accused have been taken into custody, however, Elvish Yadav has not been arrested yet,” they stated.

According to what the five men informed the police, these gatherings were hosted at several farm houses in Delhi and the surrounding areas. According to reports, Elvish Yadav shot films on YouTube and Instagram using the snakes.

Yadav may be seen playing with and holding a snake in a leaked video.The Forest Department has received the snakes, the police continued.

The agent promised to give snake and snake venom when the volunteer got in touch with him. Five persons arrived at the location that the volunteer had designated: Rahul, Titunath, Jayakaran, Narayan, and Ravinath.

Police were notified by more NGO workers. The five people detained after the arrest called Yadav.The accused individuals, according to police, would collect snakes from various locations in the area and remove their venom. They then charged Yadav more for the poison after this. “They used to collect a hefty sum of money for supplying the venom at parties,” they continued.

Reptile-derived products, including snake, scorpion, and reptile-derived products, have long been used recreationally and as an alternative to other opiates like opium and cannabis.

Yadav gained widespread recognition on social media following his victory in ‘Bigg Boss OTT’ Season 2 earlier this year. He has 15.6 million Instagram followers and 7.51 million YouTube subscribers.

By surojit

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