To improve public convenience facilities in the Millennium City, the Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon (MCG) is looking at latest models developed by private firms.
The issue was discussed by MCG commissioner PC Meena during a meeting with Gurgaon mayor Vimal Yadav earlier this week.
Gurgaon has less than 30 public toilets to cater to its over 15 lakh population. Yadav told HT that the civic body commissioner has said that development of public conveniences is on top of his priority list for Gurgaon.
“We discussed the issue of inadequate public toilets in the city and the MCG chief engineer informed us about modern toilets developed by Jindal Corporation which have features like automatic flush and payment booths. The corporation is considering a similar set-up for the city so that the best public convenience system can be provided to residents,” he said.