Rinu Mohanan, 41, is busy making tea and lime juice for the eagerly waiting customers, mostly regulars, at a stall in Vyttila.
As per reports, there were two public toilets in the town. While one has been rendered inoperational since four years, the other one is a paid facility on the 3-km long main road.
According to senior corporation officials, the toilets will have a more spacious design when compared to the existing ones and will also focus on the usability factor to encourage people.
The public toilet complex with seven seats each for men and women was closed as the motor was damaged a year ago.
Welcoming the move, residents have suggested that the officials conduct regular inspections to ensure proper maintenance of the facilities.
A police officer said that the victim along with her husband were waiting to catch a train when the incident occurred.
Residents of the city have been witnessing the laudable field work of new ward councilors within a week of assuming office.
It isn’t uncommon to find a man urinating in a public space in urban India, even in a city like Delhi.
A community toilet complex with five seats each for men and women is currently used by the residents while another with 10 seats nearby is damaged.
The TMC authorities later opened the facility for public use.
Facility constructed to aid long-distance travellers and drivers hasn’t been reopened even after pandemic restrictions were lifted
The Mayor said the zonal and deputy commissioners should take action on a war footing to ensure that the property tax collection in circles is higher than last year’s collection.