India marks Toilet Day amid toilet shortage

More than six hundred million Indians do not have access to toilets and are forced to use open spaces to defaecate.

    More than six hundred million Indians do not have access to toilets and are forced to use open spaces to defaecate. 

    On what is World Toilet Day, their right to adequate facilities is high on the political agenda.

    Al Jazeera's Nidhi Dutt reports from New Delhi.  


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