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Elvish Yadav Denies Involvement in Snake Venom Supply at Rave Party

Elvish Yadav, a YouTuber, has categorically denied any role in the distribution of snake venom at a rave party in Noida.

YouTuber Elvish Yadav has vehemently denied alleged involvement in the supply of snake venom at a rave party in Noida. An FIR had been filed against him and five others for their purported roles in providing snake venom.

Elvish Yadav addressed the allegations in a video posted on Instagram, declaring them completely false. 

He was willing to cooperate with the Uttar Pradesh (UP) Police and appealed to the UP Government and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath to investigate thoroughly. 

He said he would take full responsibility if even a minimal connection to the incident was found.

Joint Raid by UP Forest Department and Noida Police:

The UP Forest Department and Noida police conducted a joint raid at Sector 51 Saffron Villa in Noida. They uncovered a gang that was reportedly involved in supplying snake venom at a rave party.

According to the Uttar Pradesh police, an FIR was registered against six individuals, including YouTuber and Bigg Boss winner Elvish Yadav. 

The accused were charged with making snake venom available at rave parties and profiting from its supply. During the raid, nine snakes were rescued, including cobras, a red snake, a python, and two other species.

Allegations in the FIR:

The FIR, filed based on a complaint by People For Animals, implicated Elvish Yadav in providing snake venom and live snakes in Noida. 

It alleged that he created videos with other gang members and YouTubers at NCR farmhouses, where they organized shoots and rave parties illicitly, often inviting foreign individuals to these events. 

The FIR named Rahul as an accomplice acting on behalf of Elvish Yadav.

The FIR was registered under various sections of the Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972, including sections 9, 39, 48A, 49, 50, and 51. 

Additionally, section 120-B of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) was applied in connection with the case.

Response from Officials:

Parmod Kumar, District Forest Officer, mentioned that a joint raid was conducted with the police and People For Animals (PFA). 

He confirmed the arrest of five individuals and the recovery of snakes, emphasizing that the PFA had been monitoring the case for some time.

Accused of Charging High Sums for Poison Supply:

The accused were allegedly charging significant amounts for the supply of poison at these parties, with substantial quantities of intoxicating poison being seized from them during the raid.

The case has generated significant public interest, and further investigations are expected to shed light on the details surrounding the alleged snake venom supply at rave parties.

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