A Raipur Girl Refused To Marry Because Of No Toilet Facility In Boy’s House

It Is Pleasant To See The People Taking The Sanitation Matter Seriously

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We have seen that the Bollywood movies never fail to deliver a message against the social issues. The previous year, Akshay Kumar starrer, “Toilet” (Movie) gets a warm response from the public. The film is based on sanitation. Not only the people watched the movie but they have learned a lot about sanitation from that movie. Recently a girl refused to marry a boy because there was no toilet facility in his house.


A Girl Refused To Marry Just Because Of No Toilet Facility

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A young man of Gudhiyari, Raipur, named Nadeem (changed name) wanted to marry a girl named Fiza (changed name). Fiza came to know that there was no toilet in Nadeem’s house and his family uses the public toilet so she refused to marry him. After hearing the refusal Nadeem rushed to the municipality office and requested them to help him in the regard.


The Municipality Built The Toilet

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Following the objectives of “Swachh Bharat Mission”, the municipality built the toilet in Nadeem’s house. After that Fiza got ready for the marriage. A team was secretly surveying the cleanliness of the area. They came all the way from Delhi. When they came to know about the story of Nadeem and Fiza they gifted them a Smartphone. Moreover, they made them download and install the Swachhata app.


A Similar Story

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It is pleasant to see that people are taking these matters seriously and trying to conquer the sanitation issues in India. A similar story made the headlines in the previous when a girl refused to marry a boy just because there was no toilet facility in his home. Moreover, the girl’s family supported her decision.

What do you think about this story? Isn’t it great to see the Bollywood movies are raising the social awareness nowadays? Share your thoughts in the comments.

Also, check what happened next when a man put the Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan logo on a wedding card.

Ravi Dabas
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