Big Boss OTT Winner Elvish Yadav to be Arrested in Noida for Rave Party Snake Venom Scandal?
Elvish Yadav, the celebrated winner of Big Boss OTT 2, currently finds himself entangled in a web of grave allegations. The accusations against him involve the alleged supply of snake venom at large gatherings, with an organization linked to Menaka Gandhi playing a pivotal role in his capture. The police have swiftly taken action, arresting Elvish Yadav and five others in connection with the case in Noida. This article delves into the specific details of the FIR filed against Elvish Yadav and his associates.
The Complaint and FIR Details:
The unfolding narrative begins with a formal complaint lodged by Gaurav Gupta, an Animal Welfare Officer affiliated with the PFA organization. In his complaint, Gupta revealed that he had received crucial information from an organization associated with Menaka Gandhi. This organization alleged that Elvish Yadav, a popular YouTuber, and his group were involved in recording videos featuring live snakes in farmhouses around Noida and the National Capital Region (NCR), effectively promoting illegal rave parties.
The complaint further elucidates that these illicit rave parties were used as a means to entice foreign women by offering snake venom and mind-altering substances. To substantiate these claims, an informant was enlisted to contact Elvish Yadav, who readily agreed to participate in a Noida party and promised to bring along live snakes, including cobras.
Elvish disclosed the name of his intermediary, identified as Rahul, and provided his phone number, instructing the informant to use his name when reaching out. Armed with this information, our informant contacted Rahul, and he agreed to host the event.
Subsequently, Elvish and his associates prepared to converge at the Seweron Banquet Hall in Sector 51 on November 2nd. Promptly recognizing the gravity of the situation, the Noida District Forest Officer was alerted. As the individuals involved in smuggling arrived at the venue, conversations were initiated with them, during which they expressed their intent to exhibit the prohibited snakes. This interaction confirmed the accuracy of the information and prompted immediate contact with the Sector 49 police and the Noida Forest Department team.
In response to this coordinated effort, the police, accompanied by the Regional Forest Officer from Dadri, arrived at the scene with their teams, effectively apprehending all five individuals, along with their possessions.
Items Seized and Confessions:
The police conducted thorough searches, leading to the discovery of approximately 20 milliliters of snake venom, securely stored in a plastic bottle. The accused were also found in possession of nine snakes, including five cobras, one python, two sand boas, and one rat snake. During interrogations, the individuals confessed to using these snakes and snake venom at the rave parties. Subsequently, the police filed a case against Elvish Yadav and the other five individuals under various sections of the law.
- PTC PUNJABI