Indian Railways’ IRCTC Installs ‘Namma’ Toilets at Katra Station

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In line with PM Modi's 'Swachh Bharat' vision, Indian Railways is installing 'Namma toilets' at various railway stations across the country. IRCTC (Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation Limited) has installed two Namma toilets at the Katra Railway station in Jammu and Kashmir and these will be inaugurated by Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu. Namma toilets are basically maintenance-free stainless steel toilets. CII Foundation has signed an MOU with IRCTC for construction of 15 prefabricated Namma toilet blocks, in and around seven railway stations. These are Katra, Jammu, Mumbai, Vijaywada, Varanasi, Amritsar and Lucknow. (Photo by IRCTC)
The toilets cost roughly Rs 17 lakh per block and take around four to five days to construct. The toilets are portable in nature, making them easy to fix anywhere with minimum use of space. (Photo by IRCTC)

SOURCE : The Financial Express

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