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Elvish Yadav Was Granted Bail in Snake Venom Case After Five Days in Jail

<p>After being detained for five days, YouTuber and Bigg Boss OTT 2 winner Elvish Yadav was released on bail in the snake poison case. On the day of his detention, Elvish was placed under 14 days of judicial custody. The Wildlife Protection Act led to his detention. His bail hearing was scheduled to take place on Thursday in a local court in Noida, but it was rescheduled.</p>
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<p>Anurag Dobhal, also known as The UK07 Rider, confirmed the news on Twitter by writing, “Uppar waala kabhi galat nahi karega Bail Granted.”</p>
<p>Elvish Yadav was subjected to the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985 (NDPS Act), which was lifted by the Noida Police on Thursday. The police said that it was an error on their end. “We had imposed the NDPS Act by mistake; it was a clerical error,” they said. It is well known that the NDPS Act makes it very difficult to get bail.</p>

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