Telangana Home Minister Mohammad Mahmood Ali today flagged off 17 mobile rest rooms / toilets for women police officers on "bandobust" duties, in the premises of the DGP's office at Saifabad in the presence of DGP M Mahender Reddy and other senior police officers.
In cognizance of the inconvenience and health issues faced by women police officers during bandobust duties, the government had sanctioned these mobile rest rooms / toilets for them.
The 17 vehicles have been alloted to the various district headquarters for deployment for the Medaram Jatara, and the number of vehicles will eventually increase to 25.
The vehicles have been procured through an e-tender by the Telangana Police. The police have claimed that the vehicles have state-of-the-art amenities including one Indian and two Western toilets, a washroom, a changing room and two wash-basins fitted with a water tank which can easily be used by 100 individuals per fill. The vehicles also have an efficient high pressure self-cleaning system. Three sun roofs have been provided for natural lighting and ventilation, which also helps avoid bacteria and algae formation. No-smell filters have been fitted into the septic tanks which absorb bad odour.
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