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The residents of Sant Jalaram Bapu Nagar chawl have written to the civic body several times on the lack of basic facilitiees in public toilets Pic/Hanif Patel

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Sant Jalaram Bapu Nagar chawl in Vasai East has around 1,500 rooms with 4,500 residents residing which includes around 2,500 women. Most of the residents are Kathiyawadi Gujaratis

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Women walk across the gutter on which the toilets are constructed. Speaking about the issue, a 35-year-old neighbour Sheetal Sanjay Goraswa says, “It is scary to go there alone as there is no electr

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The toilets were built around 10 years ago. According to the residents, the toilets are in close proximity to the railway tracks due to which there is no privacy at all. The residents also alleged tha

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Decrepit toilets, which do not have doors, let alone water or electricity, are forcing the residents of the chawl in Vasai to defecate openly. The women, who are the most affected, says that they can

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