The use of chic causes like environment, gender, Islam as identity, or Leftist ideals gives one a glimpse into the minds of those who run shadowy, trans-world networks to influence societies, destabilise nations. A farmer burns paddy stubble in Chandigarh. The saviours of the global environment and poor third world farmers overlooked a crucial part of the toolkit.
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Every 10 years, the census of India comes out with a damning statistic: the country's abysmal female-male ratio. As per the census, there were females for every 1, males in the country. In Punjab, there are women for 1, males. Some girl children are killed in the womb, others perished as infants, while many women succumb in a desperate bid to have a male child. The lopsided sex ratio further marginalises women. Pressured into serving as fertility machines, women are trafficked illicitly or even shared among brothers and kinsmen.
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Sanitary toilet usage has declined because of the COVID scare as, currently, more than six lakh toilets in rural India have acute water shortage. Around 1,20, toilets have no water supply and thousands of toilets are completely abandoned, with collapsing roofs, water pipes in poor shape and soggy, broken doors. This is primarily the reason for the construction of illegal toilets, as sanitary toilets have become hotbeds of disease. The usage of both dry latrines and hanging toilets puts the communities around them at high risk of illness, beyond COVID Therefore, both the construction and usage of these units need to be eradicated. In rural India, long power cuts with no water coverage amidst the pandemic have again put the burden of maintaining sanitary toilets on sanitation workers. This is because thousands are displaced again, struggling for a meal a day. As toilet usage becomes a problem, another trend is the four-fold increase in open defecation in rural India.
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