At Gurugram’s Shankar Chowk, two people were allegedly caught stealing flower pots that had been set up for a G20 event while driving a luxury car.
In the video that has now gone viral, multiple pots full of blooming flowers are seen being kept in a location where a poster announcing the G20 conference can also be seen. Two men are seen lifting some flower pots and loading them into the trunk of their high-end SUV.
Many people on social media are besieging the famous YouTuber Elvish Yadav in this matter. Social media Users says that the luxury car used in Gamla Chori belongs to YouTuber Elvish Yadav.
Many people have shared a picture with the video of Gamla Chori on social media. The picture is being told of Elvish Yadav, when he reached Tijara in Rajasthan last year.
Who is Elvish Yadav
Elvish Yadav is a Gurugram-based YouTuber and influencer. He started his channel in 2016 and has over 9.2 million subscribers. Famous for his hilarious theme-based videos.
He was a popular TikTok star before the app was banned in India. He becomes popular by making vine videos on YouTube.
Elvish Yadav BJP connection
Elvish Yadav has photos with various BJP leaders, including Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman and Women and Child Development Minister Smriti Irani.
He also started his right-wing fascist ideology, Hindutva (Savarkar’s invention) and praised the BJP.
Yadav got a far-right and Hindu audience and then started spreading hate against liberals, secularists, Muslims, farmers, Kashmiris etc.
What did Elvish Yadav say?
In a statement released on Instagram stories, YouTuber, Elvish Yadav said: “A rumour is circulating that Elvish Yadav stole pots. Everybody knows what car I have and the number on it. I bought a Porche recently, which has not yet been registered.
He added “The Fortuner I have has the number 0001. I don’t have a KIA car. There are hundreds of cars at my meetings. That doesn’t mean I own all the cars. I used that car in a meeting, since it has a sunroof. I just wanted to see the audience and say hello”.
“I am going to take legal action against one [who started the rumors].” He sarcastically added, “Get ready, otherwise I’ll steal the pots from your house,” and he laughed.
Elvish Yadav tweeted in this matter, This is not my car. I humbly request everyone not to spread any wrong information about me. I am suing those people who are spreading wrong information about me.
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