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Cleanliness evades toilets

The Hindu, 03 January, 2014


The GHMC should keep a tab on areas in the city that have public urinals and places that lack such facilities.


The stench near public toilets at Kothapet, Dilsukhnagar and Koti Women’s College main road is unbearable.


For that matter, the vicinity of almost all public toilets reeks, and garbage collection is irregular.


I request the authorities to take immediate action.


N. Murali Rao, Saroornagar




There is an urgent need to construct public toilets along the busy Ramanthapur-Amberpet stretch.


Owing to the absence of such facilities, people urinate on the compound walls of government buildings located on the stretch.


The residents of Ramanthapur have been complaining of intolerable stench in the area. I request the authorities to look into the issue and take action at the earliest.


Nagarajamani M.V, Ramanthapur