New Delhi, Oct 14: Six ‘pink’ bogs had been on Thursday collectively inaugurated in north Delhi by the world’s mayor and the chief of the National Commission for Women, officers mentioned. Pink bogs are particular services meant for ladies and kids, which shall be operated by girls sporting pink garments.
North Delhi Mayor Raja Iqbal Singh and Chairperson of the NCW, Rekha Sharma inaugurated six such bogs in City-Sadar Paharganj zone of the civic physique. Singh mentioned these bogs have particular provisions like ramps for the bodily handicapped and different services.
To make sure that operations and upkeep of those bogs are achieved correctly, a personal firm has been engaged to offer the manpower as part of their CSR initiative, he mentioned. He mentioned the North Delhi Municipal Corporation had earlier began 4 pink bogs in Karol Bagh zone, and now six extra have been added.
These services are situated at Nehru Hills (Ward No. 88), Mirdard Road Park (Ward No. 88), Priyadarshni Colony, Ring Road (Ward No. 84), Azad Market Near JE Store (Ward No. 80), Mahraja Aggarsen Park close to Kashmiri Gate Metro (Ward No. 83) and JLN Marg reverse LNJP Hospital (Ward No. 88), the NDMC mentioned in an announcement. Municipal Commissioner Sanjay Goel mentioned these new services will tackle challenges confronted by girls and kids within the City-SP zone, particularly the weak part of the city poor, resulting in a visual social influence on the bottom.
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