Elvish Yadav, who is in the eye of a storm for his alleged role in supplying venom of endangered snakes including Cobra snake in rave parties in Noida and Gurugram, hit back at Union Minister Maneka Gandhi on November 3, whose NGO laid the trap to expose Elvish's alleged role in the illicit business. "Shocked to see such people sitting… read-more
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Bigg Boss OTT 2 winner Elvish Yadav's name has been in an FIR lodged by Noida Police today for allegedly supplying snake venom at rave parties. The raid was conducted on November 2, following a complaint by an NGO working for animal welfare. Elvish Yadav along with five others, have been named in the FIR. Meanwhile, no official confirmation from Elvish's tea, has come in yet.
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Following a raid on December 20 at a private resort, the Kerala Police arrested 60 people from a rave party in Idukki district. The police seized large quantities of psychedelic drugs from the location. The resort owner, however, is absconding. Those arrested, including a few techies from Bengaluru, are said to be associated with the entertainment industry. Meanwhile, blood samples of the accused arrested have been sent for medical tests.
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Crime Branch of Goa Police on August 15 busted a rave party and arrested at least 23 people, including three foreigners, with drugs worth Rs 9 lakh. The foreigner accused are women - two from Russia and one from Czech Republic. The party was organised at a villa in Vagator village. The police arrested accused for violating sections of NDPS Act as well as organizing the party during the pandemic.
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