Public toilet near Gateway of India has not been maintained neat and clean. The office has warned the administration to keep the toilet premises clean but they failed to maintain. People were charged Rs 5. Few days before BMC has sent notice to the body looking after the toilet and asked for the reply. On Thursday, BMC terminated the contract of Sulabh International Social service Organisation as toilet operator.
The body didn’t reply and neither paid attention towards cleaning of the urinals in the public toilet. As per Right to Pee act, the individual shouldn’t be charged neither he should pay for the same. BMC officer conducted a sting operation. Kiran Dighavkar, Assistant Commissioner A-ward stated that a notice was sent before to the toilet management but they snubbed it.