Elvish Yadav Visits Siddhivinayak Temple After Bail In Snake Venom Case; Photo Goes Viral – News18

Elvish Yadav poses inside the Siddhivinayak temple with his friends. (Photo: Instagram)

Elvish Yadav poses inside the Siddhivinayak temple with his friends. (Photo: Instagram)

Elvish Yadav was arrested by Noida Police in connection to the Snake Venom Case earlier this month.

Elvish Yadav visited the Siddhivinayak temple in Mumbai recently. On Wednesday evening, the YouTuber took to his Instagram stories and shared a picture from his visit to the sacred temple. In the photo, Elvish was seen posing inside the temple along with his friends.

Elvish’s visit to the Siddhivinayak temple comes days after he was granted bail in the Noida snake venom case. The Bigg Boss OTT 2 winner was arrested by Noida Police in connection to the case earlier this month. The case was lodged under provisions of the Wildlife Protection Act, 1972 and for criminal conspiracy under section 120B of the Indian Penal Code, they said. A day after his arrest, NDTV claimed Elvish had admitted to his crimes. However, no official statement was released.

(Screengrab of Elvish Yadav’s Instagram story)

However, Yadav was granted bail, on a 50,000 bail bond a week later. Talking about the same, his lawyer Prashant Rathi told the media, “Our arguments in this case was that he was falsely accused and no substance was obtained from him or his friends that violated the NDPS act. The court has granted bail to him (Elvish Yadav) as well as his two friends on two sureties of Rs 50,000 each.”

Later, Elvish also recalled the time he spent in jail and called it a “very bad phase of his life”. “The one week that went by, no doubt, was a very bad phase of life. What to talk about the time I was inside (jail). Let’s start a new chapter on a positive note. All those who supported me didn’t support me, talked badly or well about me, thanks to all. I can only thank everyone. I am back to my work,” he said in one of his vlogs.

The Bigg Boss OTT 2 winner further expressed his confidence in the Indian judiciary and added, “Na hum kuch galat kehte hai, na kuch galat karte hai (Neither do I do nor speak anything wrong).”