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THE BBMP PMKS KARMIKA LEDAER CHIRANJEEVI DEMANDS 2500 “PUBLIC TOILETS” LOCATIONS ON “BOT”

 
 
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THE BBMP PMKS KARMIKA LEDAER CHIRANJEEVI DEMANDS 2500 “PUBLIC TOILETS” LOCATIONS ON “BOT”
by System Administrator - Saturday, 21 November 2015, 2:47 PM
 
By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bangaluru: The Chranjeevi N V secretary of BBMP Poura Karmikara makkala kshemabhivruddhi Sangaha” had said in a letter to BBMP Commissioner that its SC/ST members want to run Toilets on commercial basis to build operate and then hand over toilets after a period of 99 years as per his proposal . All other models have failed to maintain the public toilets and only commercially viable proposals need to be considered the secretary said .Chiranjeevi has Requested BBMP to allot BBMP Poura Karmikara makkala kshemabhivruddhi Sangaha 2500 toilet locations (only urinals free) at BMTC bus stops in all main roads and on front of Metro Stations Hospitals Malls Playgrounds and other areas public congregations places with specific guidelines on BOT to SC/ST members (children of pourakarmikas ) of who will take soft loans at Karnataka Government SC/ST corporation to build toilets on BOT (99 years Lease ) to his organization members with a option of frontal advertisements and two small shops one pan shop or ATM and another Sanitary hardware shop or Mobile currency shop whichever is suited in the place and at the back male and female toilets with bath rooms and urinals . Bangalore requires at least 25,000 public toilets to suffice the requirement and BBMP is obligated to provide toilets as part of social infrastructure in the city as per the Karnataka Municipal Corporations Act, 1976.Public Toilets: New business models need to be devised as all other models have failed .They are not able to generate utility bills and salary payments to pouarakarmikas to maintain it .Public toilets can be constructed on public private participation basis. BBMP is not just committed to sanctioning funds to construct public toilets in each ward, but also directed the Commissioner to explore the possibility of maintaining the existing toilets on a public-private partnership (PPP) basis on commercially viable proposals . BBMP take up construction of public toilets under PPP. He said that the agencies could be allowed to put up advertisement hoardings and two shops on front side on the toilets and maintain the toilets. The BBMP is obligated to provide toilets as part of social infrastructure in the city as per the Karnataka Municipal Corporations Act, 1976. As per a survey, he claimed that the city needs at least 25,000 toilets.