The Times Of India on Monday reported that the bathroom fountains at all of India’s major cities are made up of stainless steel, which are said to be clean, and have been used to water many of the countrys most important public baths.
The report said that while India has been struggling with water shortages and rising water pollution for years, the state of Uttar Pradesh is the only state in India where there is no official regulation in place for the use of the fountaets.
“It is only the most affluent and well-connected residents who use these toilets, and they can afford them and have the money to do so,” the Times of Indian wrote.
“The toilets at this juncture are not even equipped with filtration and water filtrations.
The water in them is not filtered, and the water level is much lower than the rest of the buildings.”
These toilets are also not equipped with filters and can also become contaminated with micro-organisms.
This is a problem in a country that is known to have the world’s highest water pollution in the world.
“The toilets in the Delhi Metro are just like the ones in the national capital, only they are made of stainless,” the newspaper wrote.
“As the Delhi metro has many underground and public toilets, it is only natural that these toilets will be used for public consumption.
These toilets have also been fitted with special filters.”
But these toilets are not equipped for filtination, which is the most basic thing one needs in a public toilet.
This can lead to a mess and the filtrated water could get into the toilet bowl.
“The toilet bowl has been installed with a mesh filter to keep the water from entering the toilet.
The filter is meant to keep out all the water that could be used to create a sanitary environment in the toilet and not in the water itself.