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After FIR on Elvish Yadav, joint committee to probe social media influencers

Noida Police have also moved to court seeking police remand of the rave party case accused.

In a new development in the Noida rave party case, a joint committee has been formed after the FIR on Elvish Yadav to look into several such cases and probe those social media influencers who use endangered animals in their videos. In the meantime, reports suggest that the committee members are happy with the work done by the police.

Noida Police have also moved to the court seeking police remand of the Noida rave party case accused which include Rahul Yadav and four others who are currently under judicial remand in this case. Rahul, in a sting by the People For Animals (PFA) activists was heard mentioning the rave party being organised at a farmhouse in Chattarpur. There are also reports that police will take Rahul to the place where he met Elvish Yadav and will also scan the social media accounts of all the people who had attended the rave party.

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Coincidently, the officer in charge of the police station where the FIR on Elvish Yadav was filed has been transferred to the Reserve Police Line according to an official statement. ‘The decision, taken by Noida Police Commissioner Laxmi Singh, was taken due to the official’s inability to effectively control crime within the police station area’, the statement read.

This development comes after a rave party was busted by police in Noida late on Thursday night in which five people were arrested and a case was filed against Bigg Boss OTT’s winner Elvish Yadav who was seen holding a snake and playing with it in a video. During the raid at the rave, police said that nine snakes including five cobras and snake venom were recovered.

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