The House saw some humour when Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan said those not following rules and regulations governing cleanliness drive should be sent for training to Indore, her parliamentary constituency.
Asked what the government was doing to punish violators, Bharti's deputy Ramesh Chandappa Jigajinagi said it was not part of the original question, drawing laughter from many members. Bharti was not present in the House.
S S Ahluwalia, another deputy to Bharti, said states have to meet the central fund for building toilets in households with matching grants and there is a monitoring system in place to oversee the work.
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