Gurugram Police intervened after Noida Police for Elvish

Elvish Yadav was served a notice to appear in the assault case on Monday but has not yet responded to the Gurugram Police, despite being apprehended by the Noida Police.

| Updated: 19 March, 2024 1:35 pm IST
Elvish Yadav

NEW DELHI: The Gurugram Police is preparing to obtain a production warrant for Elvish Yadav, accused of assaulting content creator Sagar Thakur, also known as Maxtern, in a mall. A senior officer mentioned that the police would file a petition in the Ghaziabad court to secure the accused on a production warrant and effect his arrest. Additionally, those present during the assault will also face arrest once the police gather information about them.

Elvish Yadav was served a notice to appear in the assault case on Monday but has not yet responded to the Gurugram Police, despite being apprehended by the Noida Police. Thakur approached the police and complained to Yadav and others at the Sector 53 Police Station after a video surfaced of Yadav allegedly assaulting him on March 8. Despite receiving two notices from the Gurugram Police to cooperate in the investigation, Yadav did not comply. He initially claimed in an online video that the incident was pre-planned by Thakur but later apologized and expressed solidarity with him.

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Yadav’s troubles escalate as investigations continue against him in the snake venom smuggling case, for which he was remanded to judicial custody on March 17. The Noida Police’s investigation into Yadav is ongoing, while the Gurugram Police is also gearing up to take action against him for the assault on Maxtern. Yadav is accused of assaulting Maxtern in a Gurugram mall, with a video of the incident circulating on social media. Despite the notices issued by the Gurugram Police, Yadav’s lawyers have not informed them of his arrest by the Noida Police.

In addition to the assault case, Yadav faces charges related to smuggling snake venom. The Noida Police have collected sufficient evidence against him in this case, with Yadav reportedly confessing to the crime. Charges under various sections of the IPC and the Wildlife Protection Act have been levied against Yadav, as well as under the NDPS Act for possession of narcotics. Last year, a case was registered against Yadav and six others, with five individuals already arrested in connection to the case.

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Elvish Yadav, known for his statements and roasts on social media, hails from Gurugram, Haryana. Born on September 14, 1997, he was originally named Siddharth Yadav. His older brother wished to name him Elvish, but sadly, his brother passed away. In memory of his brother, Siddharth’s name was changed to Elvish when he was just four years old. Elvish completed his B.Com degree from Delhi University. He runs two YouTube channels with a combined subscriber base of over 15 million.

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