Elvish Yadav in Trouble Again: ED Files Money Laundering Case in Lucknow, YouTuber Remanded to Jail

Enforcement Directorate Registers Case Against YouTuber Elvish Yadav

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has registered a case under the Money Laundering Act against YouTuber Elvish Yadav. Information received by the ED suggests that Elvish possesses a fleet of luxury cars. Despite being primarily known for his comedy sketches, significant financial transactions have come to light in the ongoing investigation, including those related to his snake bite cases.

According to ED sources, the case has been registered based on the information and the FIR filed in Noida.

Elvish can be summoned by the ED for questioning in a short period. Following his arrest on March 17th in connection with the snake bite case, he spent five days in jail and is now out on bail.

Sources indicate that the investigation has commenced at the zonal office of the Enforcement Directorate headquarters in Delhi.

Allegation of Using Snake Bites at Party

BJP Member of Parliament Menaka Gandhi’s organization, People for Animals’ activist Gaurav Gupta, along with six others, including Elvish, filed a case at the Noida Sector-49 police station. This case was registered under the Wildlife Protection Act on November 2, 2023. The police apprehended five individuals, including four suppliers, on the same day.

The police also found snake venom in his possession, which was sent for examination to a laboratory. After nearly five months of investigation, the Noida police arrested Elvish.

Police File 1200-Page Chargesheet

The Noida police have filed a 1200-page chargesheet in this case, including statements from 24 witnesses. Advice from experts in the Department of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology located in Mumbai was also included.

DCP Vidyasagar Mishra stated that evidence was provided against Elvish under the NDPS Act. The chargesheet revealed detailed information about Elvish’s social media account activity. It also included reports of nine cobras and 20 ml of venom. The FIR filer’s organization’s sting audio was also part of the evidence.

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