Elvish Yadav Summoned By ED In Snake Venom Case

Elvish Yadav Snake Venom Case: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) had earlier registered a case under the PMLA in the snake venom incident involving Elvish Yadav. The YouTuber will be questioned on July 23
Elvish Yadav Summoned By ED In Snake Venom Case

Elvish Yadav Summoned By ED In Snake Venom Case

YouTuber and Bigg Boss OTT 2 winner Elvish Yadav is in trouble again. He has been summoned by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) now in connection to the snake venom case in which he was jailed in March this year. According to reports, Elvish will be questioned by the central agency on July 23, 2024. He is currently in Paris. The Lucknow unit of the ED will be questioning Elvish in connection with the money laundering case. This is related to the snake venom-rave party case registered against him last year. Yadav's accomplice, Haryanvi singer Fazilpuria, was also questioned by the ED a couple of days ago in the money laundering case.
According to reports, the ED had earlier registered a case under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) citing that a significant amount of money was involved in the racket.
According to a report by Hindustan Times, Elvish was asked to appear before ED on July 8 itself. However, since he is in Europe currently, he failed to go. An official told them that Yadav was given relaxation and allowed to turn up later.
Elvish Yadav was arrested on March 17 and sent to 14-day judicial custody. The case against him was lodged under provisions of the Wildlife Protection Act, 1972 and for criminal conspiracy under section 120B of the Indian Penal Code. Five days later though he was granted bail on a 50,000 bail bond. Talking about the same, his lawyer Prashant Rathi had told the media, “Our arguments in this case was that he was falsely accused and no substance was obtained from him or his friends that violated the NDPS act. The court has granted bail to him (Elvish Yadav) as well as his two friends on two sureties of Rs 50,000 each.”
Meanwhile, on April 6, the Gautam Buddh Nagar police had filed a 1,200-page chargesheet under the Wildlife Conservation Act against Yadav.
Besides, Elvish Yadav, his other aides including Ishwar Yadav and Vinay Yadav have also been questioned in the matter in the past.
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