India’s ‘right to pee’ movement

When India is busy debating what should be eaten by home, and new definitions of patriotisms are being sculptured, we must note that safe sanitation is a huge issue in India, especially for women.

Nearly half the population goes to the toilet in the open.But even if toilets are available, women must pay to use them whereas men can urinate for free.

 BBC team spent a day with Mumtaz Shaikh, who is leading a ‘right to pee’ movement in Mumbai.

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I am Rashid Aziz Faridi ,Writer, Teacher and a Voracious Reader.
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