Elvish Yadav Snake Venom Case has New Update.

NDPS Act removed, ‘It was clerical mistake' Police said.

Attention India
3 Min Read

New update in Snake Venom Case

YouTuber and Bigg Boss OTT 2 winner Elvish Yadav is currently in judicial custody after being arrested in connection with the snake venom case. He was held by Noida Police on March 17 and sent to 14-day judicial custody. Court considered Sections 8, 22, 29, 30, and 32 of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act, 1985. However, the court did not accept Section 27 or 27A of the NDPS Act, and these sections were removed from Elvish’s charges.

‘It was clerical mistake’ , Police said

As per a news report, cops have made a shocking revelation. They have stated that the NDPS act was mistakenly imposed on Elvish and it was a “clerical mistake”.

For those unaware , getting a bail is difficult under the NDPS Act. Earlier, it was also reported that Elvish could face up to 20 years in prison if found guilty.

What Is The NDPS Act?

The Parliament of India passed the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985, also known as the NDPS Act, which forbids anyone from production/manufacturing/cultivation, possession, sale, purchasing, transport, storage, and/or consumption of any kind of narcotic drug or psychotropic substance.

Elvish in high security barrack

Reportedly, Elvish has been shifted to a high-security barrack inside the jail. He was kept in quarantine cell inside the prison, however, a couple of days back he was shifted to a high-security barrack. These barracks are reportedly locked all times. Two police officers and one warden are always standing outside the barrack.

He was ‘Sleepless’

According to news reports, the reality show winner and youtuber was “sleepless” behind the bars on his first night. He was given three blankets to sleep on the floor. Reportedly, he was served halwa, puri and vegetables inside the jail for dinner on the first day.

He admitted his crime

Meanwhile, if reports are to be believed, Elvish, who had been constantly denying his involvement in the snake venom case, has confessed to supplying it to rave parties. The YouTuber also admitted that the knew the other five men, who are accused in the case, and had met them on several occasions in the past.

In February 2024, days after it was reported that Elvish might land in legal trouble as the Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL) found the presence of snake venom in the samples seized at the rave party, he shared a video to show real truth to people who were questioning him.

In a video, Elvish had said that the media is behind him and wants to cover everything he does. Denying all the allegations against him, Elvish said “main nanga hokar naachunga” if someone proves he was present in the rave party.

Share This Article
Leave a comment

Leave a Reply