Elvish Yadav disputes allegations of snake poison and rave parties, but Maneka Gandhi responds.

Elvish Yadav was being watched, according to Maneka Gandhi, as the influencer had been employing snakes in his videos.

YouTuber Elvish Yadav, who was charged on Friday by the Noida Police for allegedly using snake venom at rave parties, released a statement in which he refuted all of the allegations and pledged to work with the Uttar Pradesh Police. In a statement, BJP MP Maneka Gandhi questioned Elvish Yadav’s whereabouts if he was innocent, given that his NGO had lodged the charge against the well-known influencer.”This is a wildlife violation that carries a seven-year jail sentence (grade 1). Remove the venom and king cobras die. Their venom aids with food digestion. They can’t eat anything without the venom, which is why they perish. Pythons and cobras are few in the nation. “To possess, capture, or make use of them is illegal.”

This might be part of a larger scheme, Maneka Gandhi suggested

Maneka Gandhi, who is calling for Elvish Yadav to be arrested right away, stated that her NGO had been monitoring the actor for a while because he used snakes in his YouTube movies. “We later discovered that they are selling snake venom,” Maneka Gandhi added.

Maneka Gandhi responded to Elvish Yadav’s claim of innocence by asking, “That’s why he is absconding?” “People will stop at nothing to stay in the news,” Maneka Gandhi declared.

“After liver and kidney failure, snake poison causes vertigo in the brain. Maneka Gandhi continued, “So you feel lightheaded.”

Allegations, according to Elvish Yadav, are wholly unfounded and fraudulent. Elvish made a statement stating, “If even a small amount of my involvement in this is proven, I will take the responsibility.” The media ought to refrain from disparaging me until my role is thoroughly investigated. Elvish tweeted in response to Maneka Gandhi’s criticism of him, saying, “Shocked to see such people sitting on such posts.” She ought to be prepared to apologize for the manner in which she is accusing me.”

How claims about rave parties tarnished Elvish Yadav’s name

People For Animals submitted a complaint alleging that Elvish Yadav was approached by Maneka Gandhi’s NGO, which requested that he arrange a rave party and obtain cobra venom. “Elvish provided us with Rahul’s name, who we got in touch with. He claimed he could arrange for the poison to be wherever we desired. Then, carrying the Venom, he arrived at the Sector 51 Banquet Hall. The organizers were subsequently detained by the Noida police, who had arrived at the location with the DFO, according to the complaint. The five individuals were detained and identified Elvish Yadav.

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