Ckeditor 4.1 introduces Advanced Content Filter. This filter outs suspicious HTML elements with CSS class, JS attributes. To disable ACF, we need to add the allowedContent property to true on the configuration file.
There are two configuration file in Drupal module. One is the config.js under ckeditor/ckeditor folder and another one is ckeditor.config.js under ckeditor folder. In my case, the later one worked. I have added the below line into the config file
config.allowedContent = true;
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