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Indian Railways allocates Rs 300 crores for ‘Toilets’

New Delhi, Oct 6 (IENews) In keeping with its mission mode to improve sanitation on its premises, the Indian Railways has allocated Rs. 300 crore to renovation of existing toilets, construction of new toilets.

The Railway has constructed/ improved 1800 toilets at 1400 stations including the construction of around 200 Divyang friendly toilets.

Apart from this, the railway has undertaken provision of toilets in circulating areas at railway stations for local community and surrounding area inhabitants as well as for general public visiting railway stations under the CSR initiative.

Swachhta Hi Sewa program on the Railways has been a forceful communication platform that the Railways have managed to achieve in recent years.

Awareness activities were stepped up to ensure greater level of hygiene and sanitation at stations, at workplaces, at workshops as well as at the railway colonies.

Public participation and accountability building are being increasingly acknowledged as intrinsic factors in transforming the cleanliness profile of railway stations.

User-friendly and well-designed toilets are part of the broader vision of cleanliness programs on the Railways.

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