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RTI for Questions on Public Toilets

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ratnakant22

I need to file RTI query on 'Public Toilet in Municipal Corporation Area'. Could you help me in question to be asked for effective reply or action. Some Q in my mind are...

1. What are the no. of Corporation run Public Toilets and Urinals?

2. What is the ration of 'Public Toilets per population' in Corporation limits (City and Rural)?

3. How is the quality of services offered is monitored in corporation run public toilets?

4. Is physically chanllenged persons are accommodated in current public toilets? if not, what is the plan?

5. Is there public toilets set up in newly developed areas?

6. What is the roadmap for public toilet in future development?

 

 

Any other can you suggest....

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karira

You need to redraft your queries:

 

1. The number of public toilets run by the Corporation and their locations

2. The number of public toilets run by private parties which are authorised by the corporation and their locations

3. Ratio will not be calculated by PIO....you have to calculate your self after getting information on point nr. 1 and 2 above

4. Copy of rules, regulations, office orders circulars or any other document which specifies the method for ensuring quality of services and cleanliness in these public toilets

5. Number of public toilets run by corporation or authorised private parties which have access for the physically challenged persons and their locations

 

Your queries 5 and 6 are hypothetical and ask for information to be "created". Under RTI you can only get existing information.

 

Read some of the threads in the following search results:

 

https://www.google.co.in/search?q=public+toilets+site%3Awww.rtiindia.org&sugexp=chrome,mod=9&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

 

You will get some more ideas to frame your queries.

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