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Haflong, June 26: A social worker here has filed an RTI (right to information) with the public health engineering department to know about a scheme to construct toilets under Swachh Bharat Abhiyan in Dima Hasao district. Aching Zeme had filed the RTI application a fortnight ago seeking information ab-out the distribution and completion report of toilets under the scheme based on allegations by villagers that contractors have not done the work according to specifications in many villages of the district. Read more at: Activist files RTI on toilets
akhilesh yadav posted a topic in RTI in MediaPILIBHIT: Upadhi Post Graduate Degree College in Pilibhit is 50 years old but till date it has no toilet facilities for its students. More than the boys, girl students have a tough time when they have to answer a call of nature. As a result, they are forced to use the college field to ease themselves with their friends holding up their 'dupattas' to give them a semblance of privacy in the open field. Amit Gangwar and Narendra Goswami, students of this college who had recently appeared in the MA final examinations, told TOI that they had requisitioned the information from college principal under an RTI regarding the facility of toilets provided to girl students, number of classrooms available and the ratio between students and teachers about a year ago. However, they are yet to get a reply. Their application, filed under RTI Act, is pending with state information commissioner in Lucknow. Read at: Pilibhit Degree College has no toilets for students - The Times of India
akhilesh yadav posted a topic in RTI in MediaMore than a third of police stations in the city do not have separate lavatories for women, forcing them — be it staff, visitors or suspects — to use common toilets. A reply to a right to information revealed nine of the city's 24 police stations do not have a separate toilet for women. RTI activist Harinder Dhingra, who filed the query, said this amounts to a human rights violation and that women police personnel and other women are deprived of privacy. "The Punjab and Haryana high court had ordered last May that such facilities are required. The Haryana DGP and home ministry should take necessary actions to provide toilets to lady constables," said Dhingra. Read at: No toilets for women in a third of Gurgaon police stations - The Times of India
akhilesh yadav posted a topic in RTI in MediaNagpur: The Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) has failed to provide toilets at 47 of the 83 parks it has developed across the city. Most of the parks and gardens in the city are in a bad shape, the NMC's garden department has admitted while replying to a query raised under Right To Information (RTI) Act by activist Abhay Kolarkar. Read at: No toilets in NMC?s 47 gardens, reveals RTI query - The Times of India
Sajib Nandi posted a topic in RTI in MediaA piece of information received by an RTI activist reveals that over a dozen police stations and police posts across the state of Jammu and Kashmir are sans basicamenities like toilets and drinking water. “Shocking, but true that often facing accusation of human rights violations at the hands of civilians, the Jammu and Kashmir Police itself is victim of human rights violation; it is at least true for the lower rank officers deputed in the police stations and police posts,” said RTI activist Raman Sharma. Read more at: 14 police stations, 48 police posts in JK without toilets: RTI | The Indian Express