Kalyan, Mumbai, Jan 14: In shocking incident, four bags full of money was recovered from a beggar’s house in Kalyan, Mumbai on Thursday. The bundles of note came to notice of the neighbors of Abdul Rehman after his house was gutted in fire. A fire broke out at Rehman’s house when on Thursday when nobody was around. Seeing the fire, neighbors immediately rushed and broke open the door and gushed out the fire. Thereafter, they splashed more water on seeing smoke rising out of sacks stacked in the corner of a room. On checking, they found sacks of notes. There were bundles of Rs 10, Rs 20 and Rs 100.Also Read - 'No Kissing Zone': Society in Mumbai's Borivali Paints Sign to Restrict Couples From Getting Intimate | Watch

When Rehman was asked about the fire that broke out in his house, he said that his neighbors knew about the money in his house and hence deliberately set his house on fire. Rehman who stays in Kalyan goes to Kasara daily to beg while his wife asks for alms in the premises. Rehman who was a tailor earlier could not continue his business due to illness. After which he took up begging as a means of living. (Also Read: Wait, What? This beggar owns an iPhone!) Also Read - SpiceJet Announces 16 New Flights From August. Check Full Schedule, Timings and Other Details

Meanwhile, the incidence has kick started another debate if beggars should be given alms at all. As per Bombay Prevention of Begging Bill passed by Legislative Assembly, begging is a crime and people who beg can be sent to homes for beggars. However, Also Read - Bucket List These Lesser-Known Road Trip Destinations to Explore With Your Squad This Friendship Day