Jamshedpur, March 7: Tata Steel, as part of the Swachh Bharat Mission, has undertaken the construction of public toilets at strategic locations on the National Highway 33 connecting Ranchi and Tatanagar.
As part of the mission, today a toilet was inaugurated by Amar Kumar Bauri, Minister, Revenue Registration & Land Reforms, Tourism, Art, Culture, Sports & Youth Affairs, Government of Jharkhand at the Panchavati Dhaba. Kamleshwar Yadav (owner, Panchvati Dhaba) Ritu Raj Sinha, Chief Corporate Services, Shailesh Verma, Chief Resident Executive Ranchi, S. N. Nandi, Head Water & Civil Infrastructure and Rajiv Kumar, Head Infrastructure Projects and other senior officials from Tata Steel were also present on the occasion.
The toilet block will provide better sanitation facility with hygiene and cleanliness to the tourists and travelers. The dhaba owner has provided land for construction of the toilet, Tata Steel has constructed the toilet block for gents and ladies unit and also has supported by developing landscape, lighting and concrete pathways for proper access & improved visibility of people to the toilet during night hours. The toilet owner has agreed to do the regular maintenance of the toilet and maintenance of infrastructure as well at their own cost.