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GHMC – In a novel way to stop people from urinating in the open

GHMC In a novel way to stop people from urinating in the open

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According to the Hyderabad Municipality, it has taken all the measures necessary like imposing fines and garlanding those urinating in public. But now they are in a novel way want to stop people from urinating in the open. The GHMC (Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation) has asked all its workers to “Whistle and make sound with a stick” to discourage such acts.

GHMC came with a new method, called “Lathi, Seeti (stick and whistle). If they find anyone urinating in the open, would whistle and tap the lathi on the ground to draw public attention.

The civic body already made 109 pre-fabricated toilets, 46 Sulabh complexes, 20 community toilets for public use. It also added that the toilets in petrol pumps, hotels and restaurants have been made available to the public.

There is a toilet every half a kilometer for the comfort of citizens, the release said.

This is welcomed by one and all and well appreciated for the measures taken by the GHMC. It is just not enough if measures are taken, people do need to change their mindsets. If mindsets are not changed with such measures, strict laws and punishments should come into action.

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