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Public Toilets: Nmc To Add 32 More Smart Public Toilets |

Nagpur: Ignored for several years, the Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) has finally decided to construct 32 more public toilets in crowded and commercial places across the city.
Municipal commissioner and administrator Abhijeet Chaudhari has directed the civic administration to prepare detailed project report on smart public toilets across the city within the next month. Slum department has been directed to initiate the project.
Chaudhari held a meeting on Monday which was attended by NMC chief engineer Rajeev Gaikwad, executive engineers Kamlesh Chauhan, Vijay Gurubakshani, Sulabh International’s Ramnaresh Jha among others.
There are 68 toilets at present in all 10 zones of the NMC combined. Three of these toilets are smart public toilets. Now, 32 more smart public toilets will be constructed for the convenience of citizens.
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