Mumbai Jumbo toilets with all amenities are being built to alleviate the shortage of toilets. It’s all because of the growing population in Mumbai. The first jumbo toilet in Mumbai is located on Juhu Street in Andheri West. It features the latest cleaning system, newspapers, free Wi-Fi access, TV, LEDs and a waiting area toilet.
There are 88 toilets installed in these two storey toilets. Covering an area of 4,000 square feet, this two-story public toilet has 60 toilets on the ground floor and 28 toilets on the first floor. It is the largest building constructed by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC). However, you will have to pay for the use of this toilet. But this public toilet will be used by about 60,000 slum dwellers. Each family has to pay Rs. 60 per month for unlimited use.
“Not only is it proud to be the largest public toilet in the city, but the upper floor is also for men, the ground floor is reserved for women and four toilets for the physically challenged, and a small garden is created in one area of the toilet.”
The lack of adequate toilets in Mumbai has become a serious problem. A public toilet has been built for 35 to 50 citizens. In fact, it is very inconvenient and has to wait in long queues.
In some places, more than 100 to 150 people use the toilet every day. To increase the number of toilets in Mumbai, the municipality has decided to demolish the existing small toilets. Also, in the plan to build one and two storey toilets there under Swachh Bharat Abhiyan.
Under the project, a jumbo toilet covering an area of about 4,000 square feet has been set up at the Tashkent Bakery on Juhu Galli. The toilet was built at the initiative of Congress corporator Meher Mohsin Haider. Work on this toilet continues even when the lockdown is in effect. The toilet will be inaugurated by Mumbai Congress leader Bhai Jagtap on Sunday. This jumbo public toilet will be open to the public from Monday.
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