The Government Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) is going to launch an application on 19 November for citizens and tourists to find public toilets in public places across the province.
According to local media reports, Imranullah Mohammed, Assistant Coordinator of the Local Government Department Water and Sanitation Services Cell, made this announcement during a briefing to Kamran Bangash, Special Assistant Science and Technology Assistant to Chief Minister KP Mahmood Khan.
Imranullah Mohammed said that such app is already running to help citizens in Australia and India and now the people of KP will be able to avail this facility.
The app was decided to keep the province clean and to protect the environment from pollution and diseases from its citizens.
The Assistant Coordinator said that the app will provide all necessary information regarding toilets to the public, including how far the toilets are, including facilities available for men and women, children and people with disabilities.
Speaking on the occasion, Special Assistant to Chief Minister Kamran Bangash praised the provincial department officials, saying it would facilitate the public as well as tourists and the project would help to present a good picture of the province.
He said that according to the vision of Prime Minister Imran Khan, steps are being taken to make the country clean and green.
Kamran Bangash said that all available resources are being used for digitalization and making the province paper-free.
It should be remembered that the previous provincial government of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) had started a tree-planting project and under this scheme, millions of trees were grown across the province.