World Toilet Day: Government announces that rural Karnataka will be free to open

World Toilet Day: Government announces that rural Karnataka will be free to open

The government today announced the release of rural Karnataka as an open source.
 
Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy announced this on a program organized by Mahatma Gandhi statue between Vikas Soudha and Vidhana Soudha on rural development and Panchayat raj department as part of World Toilet Day.
 
A healthy Karnataka has stepped in to build, announcing that the plains were free in rural areas and then released a poster called Satyamev Jayate.
Karnataka is the third largest producer of toilet under the Clean India campaign except in Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra.
 
Kumaraswamy later said that water is being provided for every village 24 hours a day underwater treatment scheme. About Rs 60,000 crore The cost plan is to provide land surface water for each village.
 
Every family needs a toilet. Also, every village should provide water. When each family used the toilet, Satyamev Jayate said that the announcement would be realized.
 
Rural Development and Panchayat Raj Minister Krishna Byeregowda said 45 lakh toilets were constructed by the Center and the state government under Clean India campaign during the last four to five years. He said that the goal was reached ahead of the scheduled time.
 
In addition, over 5 lakh toilets will be constructed and everybody will be provided toilets, said Krishna Byregowda, adding that the toilet campaign will be held next year.
 
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