Toilets – 1808 individual toilets are built in 109 gram panchayats

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Kamalganj. As part of the Swachh Bharat Mission (Rural) Phase II, individual household toilets are built in 1808 in 109-gram panchayats of the development block. There is no single toilet goal in nine grams of panchayats. For each beneficiary’s toilet, one gram of panchayat receives 12,000 rupees.
Household toilets are given to families without toilets for open bowel movements and disposal of liquid waste as part of the Swachh Bharat Mission. This time the goal was set to build individual toilets for the beneficiaries of 109 of the 118 gram panchayats. In grams of panchayats with more than 10 toilet allocations, 35 in Khudaganj, 29 in Shringirampur, 31 in Rampur Mazgaon, 29 in Katrauli Patti, 48 in Pataunja, 38 in Hussainpur Naukhanda, 29 in Bhojpur, 34 in Bahorikpur, 36 in Banthalsahpur, in Jahanganj 31, Ishapur 30, Jarari 53, Gadanpur Turra 40, Sitauli 30, Daraura 25, Runi Chursai 19, Sheikhpur 19, Ahimlapur 20, Chandanpur 17, Makarandnagar Basaha, Nagla Dawood, Bahora, Hisampur, There are a destination of 16 toilets in Bidhhal , 18 in Balipur, 23 in Bahoran Tappahaveli.
These gram panchayats don’t have a single toilet
The nine gram panchayats in which the goal was not reached by a single toilet include Rajipur, Gagni, Kanjhana, Jhijhuki, Korikheda, Kamalpur, Tajpur, Mehmadpur Amiliya, Siroj Gram Panchayat.
Two pits are formed by one meter, the distance between them is also one meter
– Panchayat Raj District official Shivshankar Singh said it was necessary to build toilets according to the prescribed standards. Two pits of one meter each are made. The distance between the boxes is also one meter. The height of the toilet will be six and a half feet.

Kamalganj. As part of the Swachh Bharat Mission (Rural) Phase II, individual household toilets are built in 1808 in 109-gram panchayats of the development block. There is no single toilet goal in nine grams of panchayats. For each beneficiary’s toilet, one gram of panchayat receives 12,000 rupees.

Household toilets are given to families without toilets for open bowel movements and disposal of liquid waste as part of the Swachh Bharat Mission. This time the goal was set to build individual toilets for the beneficiaries of 109 of the 118 gram panchayats. In grams of panchayats with more than 10 toilet allocations, 35 in Khudaganj, 29 in Shringirampur, 31 in Rampur Mazgaon, 29 in Katrauli Patti, 48 in Pataunja, 38 in Hussainpur Naukhanda, 29 in Bhojpur, 34 in Bahorikpur, 36 in Banthalsahpur, in Jahanganj 31, Ishapur 30, Jarari 53, Gadanpur Turra 40, Sitauli 30, Daraura 25, Runi Chursai 19, Sheikhpur 19, Ahimlapur 20, Chandanpur 17, Makarandnagar Basaha, Nagla Dawood, Bahora, Hisampur, There are a destination of 16 toilets in Bidhhal , 18 in Balipur, 23 in Bahoran Tappahaveli.

These gram panchayats don’t have a single toilet

The nine gram panchayats in which the goal was not reached by a single toilet include Rajipur, Gagni, Kanjhana, Jhijhuki, Korikheda, Kamalpur, Tajpur, Mehmadpur Amiliya, Siroj Gram Panchayat.

Two pits are formed by one meter, the distance between them is also one meter

– Panchayat Raj District official Shivshankar Singh said it was necessary to build toilets according to the prescribed standards. Two pits of one meter each are made. The distance between the boxes is also one meter. The height of the toilet will be six and a half feet.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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