PM Modi says rural India has declared itself open defecation free
- In 60 months, over 60 crore people got access to toilets—after hearing this, the world is astonished, says Modi in Sabarmati
- A sanitation survey conducted under World Bank supervision found that 90.4% of villages are open defecation free now and 93.1% of rural households have access to toilets
New Delhi: Rural India has declared itself open defecation free, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Wednesday as he marked the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi at Sabarmati riverfront in Gujarat.
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