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‘Bigg Boss OTT 2’ winner Elvish Yadav responds to snake venom accusations

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Shillong, November 3: Elvish Yadav, the winner of ‘Bigg Boss OTT 2,’ has been named in an FIR filed by the UP Police, alleging his involvement in the supply of snake venom at a rave party.

In response, Elvish has vehemently denied these allegations, stating that they are baseless and expressing his willingness to cooperate with the authorities.

As per IANS, taking to Instagram, Elvish shared a statement in Hindi, saying, “I woke up to news that Elvish Yadav has been arrested. Elvish Yadav has been caught with drugs, etc. These things that are being spread against me. All these accusations against me are baseless. These are all fake. There is not even a single percent of truth in it. I am willing to cooperate with the UP Police.”

He further stated that if he is found to have even a fraction of involvement in this case, he is ready to take responsibility.

“I would request UP Police, Honourable Chief Minister, and Yogi Adityanath ji that if I am even caught with 1 per cent of involvement, then I am ready to take all responsibility on me. I request the media, if you don’t have all the evidence against me, please don’t tarnish my name. I have no links with all the accusations made. If it’s proved, then I am ready to take the blame,” Elvish declared.

The case involves the arrest of five individuals from Noida who are accused of supplying snakes and venom for rave parties, allegedly organized by Elvish Yadav, who is currently evading the authorities. During police raids, nine venomous snakes were seized.

Based on a complaint from the People For Animals (PFA) organization, Noida police conducted a raid at a banquet hall in Sector 51 and arrested the individuals identified as Rahul, Titunath, Jaikaran, Narayan, and Ravinath. The PFA alleged that Elvish organized rave parties, where foreign nationals were invited, and poisonous snakes were arranged for entertainment.

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