Elvish Yadav replied to Maneka Gandhi, said – As per the accusation, apology also…

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Elvish Yadav replied to Maneka Gandhi, said – As per the accusation, apology also…

Elvish Yadav.

Elvish Yadav.

Entertainment News: Bigg Boss OTT 2 Winner Elvish Yadav is in controversy. Noida Police has filed a case against him. This case has been filed against Elvish Yadav by Maneka Gandhi’s organization. At the same time, BJP MP Maneka Gandhi is also demanding the arrest of Elvish Yadav as soon as possible. Meanwhile, YouTuber Elvish Yadav has responded to Maneka Gandhi.

Actually, Elvish Yadav has been accused of smuggling of poisonous snakes and organizing rave parties. A case has been registered against six people including Elvish in this regard. UP Police may be claiming to have conducted a raid to arrest Elvish Yadav. But, Elvish is active on social media and is constantly seen presenting his side in this matter. Now he has also replied to BJP MP Maneka Gandhi. Regarding this, Elvish Yadav has shared a post from his X account. In which he shared a news clip and wrote – I am surprised to see such people sitting on such posts. Be prepared to apologize to us according to the way madam has accused you. Apart from this, Elvish Yadav has made one more tweet. In which he wrote – “Blame ISKCON…Blame me…this is how you get a Lok Sabha ticket?”

Maneka Gandhi had her eye on Elvish Yadav for many days.

Maneka Gandhi said that her organization had been keeping an eye on Elvish for a long time, because the person who shares these photos and videos often wears a snake. There is a punishment of seven years for keeping all these snakes and it is considered a serious crime. After this, his organization came to know that it supplies snake venom to parties held in Gurgaon and Noida. After which the members of the organization contacted Elvish and told his people that they want to have a party. When his team members arrived, they found snakes and snake venom.

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