VIRAL: Money flows out of pipe during anti-corruption raid at officer’s home

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The video of an anti-corruption department in India finding oodles of currency notes from the pipe of government employee’s home during a raid went viral on social media.

The video sees the officials of the Anti-Corruption Bureau extracting the cash from the pipes, that were installed outside the home of joint engineer affiliated with the Public Works Department Shantha Gowda Biradar in the state of Karnataka.

Money comes down the drain pipe of PWD AE shantanagowda in #kalburgi. RS. 40 lakh found inside pipe acb raids in #Karnataka pic.twitter.com/4dzzL0FQww

— Imran Khan (@KeypadGuerilla) November 24, 2021

Here’s how the social media reacted to the incident. The netizens had some humorous replies as well.

Ache din. Money flowing through drain pipes 😂

— manojmathai (@manojmathai) November 24, 2021

@Qwerty77704382 That’s why there is no development in K’taka.

— Ankit Talukdar 🇮🇳 (@ankittalukdar) November 24, 2021

It’s like the movie #Choked @anuragkashyap72 inspired 😃

— I am a Modi Critic (@VoiceMyExperie1) November 24, 2021

Where to buy this drain pipe? 🤔🤔

— AttilaTheHunk (@attila_hunk) November 24, 2021

India so rich naaliyon mein bhi laakhon behte hain. Thank you Modi ji 💪🇮🇳

— Kisan zindabad 💪 🏳️‍🌈 (@citizenbolario) November 25, 2021

A foreign news agency mentioned that the officials of anti-corruption department at first found INR2.5 million in cash and large quantity of gold.

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They came to know that currency notes were hidden in the pipelines of their home. They called the plumber and fished out the cash after breaking it.

The raids are taking place against the state government’s employees for tackling corruption.

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