India Begins ‘Aggressive’ Campaign To ‘Shame’ People Into Using Toilets, Washington Post Reports

Washington Post: India’s government is now shaming people into using toilets
“India’s government has been on a public toilet building boom. Now, it’s trying to shame people into using them. An aggressive new campaign has now begun ridiculing those who are no longer poor but continue to defecate in the open — a practice that remains common in rural India despite its growing wealth and trappings of modern life…” (Lakshmi, 9/8).

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