Report on civic issues registered by citizens and deliberations done by Municipal Councillors in Mumbai

In Mumbai, of every three public toilet seats, two are for men and just one for women. A white paper on civic issues released by NGO Praja Foundation says that as of December 31, 2017, there were 10,778 toilets for men against 3,909 for women across the city, a disparity of 64 per cent.According to the report, for a population of 1,24,42,373, there are 14,687 public toilets. Besides, there are an additional 163 toilets meant for the differently abled. The report says C ward (Chira Bazar-Kalbadevi-Pydhonie) has the largest disparity at 85 per cent. The ward has 335 toilets for men and only 49 for women. R North ward (Borivali and Dahisar) has the lowest disparity at 50 per cent with 340 toilets for men and 170 for women.