The toilets will first placed in the areas of the city with a large crowd which includes Paltanbazar, Lakhtokia, Jalukbari, Ganeshguri and Bhangagarh.
By: GPlus News
GMC has announced that Portable toilets will soon be made available in Guwahati. This move has been taken to promote public hygiene and to address the lack of public toilets. Public urination is one of the major concerns raised by civic societies and has led to declining of public health. According to GMC, these toilets will be active and functioning by March 2017.
However, authorities are yet to address the construction of public toilets at Ulubari, Betola, Fatasil Ambari and Ganeshguri for which the construction had began almost 3 years ago.
According to sources, the first phase will have 4 such portable toilets and the number will be gradually increased. Each toilet will have 4 rooms and 2 of these will be reserved for women. The toilet will have provisions for differently-abled people and will provide wheelchairs.
The toilets will first placed in the areas of the city with a large crowd which includes Paltanbazar, Lakhtokia, Jalukbari, Ganeshguri and Bhangagarh. Also, the construction of the previously sanctioned toilets will be completed within the year.
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