Kejriwal inaugurates 2 toilet complexes in Okhla
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday inaugurated two toilet complexes in Okhla industrial area and promised to open 700 more in the next two days. Built at a cost of around Rs 2 crore, the facilities have been constructed keeping in view of the water conservation policy as part of which bathroom water will be recycled for flushing. Over the next two days, Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board (DUSIB) is going to dedicate 20 toilet complexes consisting of 785 toilet seats, Kejriwal said. It was the second inauguration of the day by the Chief Minister on the eve of Diwali. Earlier, he launched the Azadpur-Prembari Pul elevated corridor and also flagged off the Jahangirpuri-Samaypur Badli extension of the Delhi Metro.