The geo-tagging of Guntur toilets and connecting would be completed in a month.
Guntur: The group from Quality Council of India, New Delhi, reviewed the geo-tagged toilets of Guntur Municipal Corporation that would appear on Google maps in Guntur city on this Tuesday.
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The QCI group, led by Gour Preet Kour and Nikhit Gupta, examined 30 public toilets, 29 toilets in the petrol bunks, 5 community toilets and 4 toilets in shopping malls and investigated about the amenities and maintenance. They stated that GMC commissioner Ch. Anuradha has enquired for linking the GMC toilets to Google maps, rendering to the norms of Swachh Bharat, and henceforth the geo-tagging and connecting would be done in a month.
Ms Anuradha said accessibility of information about toilets on internet, majorly on Google, would be supportive to the local public, visitors and travelers.
She stated that GMC working for the entire elimination of open defecation henceforth providing public and community toilets and inquired public to make good usage of the same.