Not flushing in this country is considered a crime, know interesting facts on World Toilet Day

Nov 19 2019 09:29 AM
Not flushing in this country is considered a crime, know interesting facts on World Toilet Day

New Delhi: According to the declaration of the United Nations, World Toilet Day is celebrated on November 19 every year. Around one billion global population in the world is still forced to defecate in the open. Surprisingly, the number of Indian people in this one billion population is more than half. However, in the last four to five years, the awareness campaign launched by the government on the importance of the utility of toilets has changed the condition of toilets in remote areas of India. Let's know some interesting facts about the toilet: -

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1 - Even today, 20 percent of people in the world do not wash their hands after doing the toilet.

2- Men take more time in the toilet than women.

3 - In a 1992 survey, the British toilet was ranked as the worst in the world.

4 - In Singapore, not flushing the toilet is legally considered a crime. There is also a fine for this.

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5- The toilet contains the most bacteria and can cause infection even after a flush.

6- Afghanistan has more TV than a toilet. 90 percent of the population here has a TV, but 77 percent have a flush toilet.

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