Elvish Yadav, a well-known YouTuber, is being accused of stealing four pots from a car worth 40 lakhs in Gurugram, Haryana. A video of the theft of flower pots is going viral on social media platforms. The footage clearly shows a luxury VIP vehicle parked while two individuals load the pots into the trunk. The car bears a VIP number plate.
Both vehicles shown in the viral pictures on social media have the same number plate, leading people to believe that Elvish Yadav stole the flower pots intended for decorating the city during the G-20 conference. The theft occurred at the Shankar Chowk intersection in Gurugram, where four flower pots were stolen. A video of the incident has gone viral on social media.
Interestingly, photographs have surfaced of Elvish Yadav posing with senior BJP leaders and Union ministers like Nirmala Sitharaman and Smriti Irani. It is said that the stolen Kia Carnival car is the same one that Elvish used to address a rally in Tijara, Rajasthan, last year.
Following the video’s viral spread, SK Chahal, Joint CEO of Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority, announced that the they are aware of the incident and intends to take appropriate action against the culprits.
After this, numerous individuals on social media accusing him of being involved in the flower pot theft.
Fact checker Abhishek wrote, “A video is viral on social media in which two men came in a car with registration number (HR20AV0006) and are seen carrying away flower pots. YouTuber Elvish Yadav can be seen rallying in a KIA Carnival with the same registration number in Tijara, Rajasthan last year.”
A user named Abhishek Baxi tweeted, “It’s likely that the plants-stealing car is owned by Elvish Yadav’s family. Yadav is an influenza who turned hard right with vile content, and was duly recognized by the BJP for his exemplary work at being obnoxious.”
At the same time, another user wrote, “Gamla chor Elvish yadav won’t be arrested because Elvish is BJP karyakarta and he puts BJP flag on his car as you can see in the video.”
However, #Elvishyadav and #gamlachor started trending on Twitter after YouTuber’s name was linked to this incident. As a result, the YouTuber himself had to come and give clarification. He tweeted, ‘This is not my vehicle. I humbly request everyone not to spread any wrong information about me. I am suing those people who are spreading wrong information about me.