You make Mumbai beautiful only when you take concrete steps to toward that. It seems so with the BMC’s open defecation- free campaign making the vital differences. As a part of said campaign, actor Salman Khan & BMC Chief Ajoy Mehta, powered by Rahul Kanal’s “I love Mumbai” foundation, Shekhar Tolani of “Sahib Reality” & “Sach Ishan” handed over the “Public Utility Toilets” at Madras Pada, Aarey Milk Colony to the residents of Madaraspada villagers to combat its open defecation problems.
Madaraspada is a small village near film city in Goregaon (East) with a population of 3000 people, mostly poor laborers. Salman Khan, powered by “I Love Mumbai” foundation, Shekhar Tolani of Sahib Reality & Sach Ishan, took up the initiative of providing 20 toilets with water connection at the location along with the BMC. Now, 1500 liters storage tank & a bore well renovated with a new compressor has been installed with an approximately 700 ft running pipeline.
Shekhar Tolani of “Sahib Reality” says ” Eliminating open defecation is the main aim of improving access to sanitation in the city & particular areas and is a proposed indicator for sustainable development goals. We at Sahib Reality take an oath to take every necessary prevention in order to eradicate defecation in open areas. Slowly & gradually we along with Rahul Kanal- I Love Mumbai Foundation, BMC Chief Ajoy Mehta, Sach Ishan & Salman Khan are working towards bringing a change”
More power to such initiatives from citizens who can be the change.
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