Punjab and Haryana HC Orders Protection for Activists in Elvish Yadav snake venom case
Punjab and Haryana HC Orders Protection for Activists in Elvish Yadav snake  venom case

Elvish Yadav, a YouTube star, has been embroiled in controversy following allegations of using snake venom as drugs at rave parties. This incident has put him in legal trouble, as he faced arrest on charges of obtaining and selling snake venom. He faced legal action under the Wildlife Protection Act, IPC for criminal conspiracy, and negligent conduct related to poison endangering human safety. Animal rights activists had filed a police report against Yadav after recording a viral video showing him allegedly using snakes, an act prohibited under the Wildlife Protection Act. The Gurugram Court granted him bail following his arrest.

The activists, including Saurabh Gupta and Gaurav Gupta, sought police protection against Yadav and his associates, fearing retaliation for their involvement in the case. The Punjab and Haryana High Court has now instructed the police to ensure the safety of the activists whenever they need to attend court in Gurugram. Justice Jasjit Singh Bedi ordered the Commissioner of Police in Gurgaon to provide adequate security to the activists, and any threats should be addressed in the appropriate court in Uttar Pradesh.

This case has shed light on the issues surrounding the use of snake venom and the need for strict enforcement of laws related to wildlife protection and human safety. It also highlights the challenges faced by activists working to expose such practices and the importance of ensuring their safety during legal proceedings.

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