Why is it not possible in India to strictly follow the direction: "Commit no nuisance"?I have travelled extensively all over India. In many places I have seen that people are requested not to commit any nuisance. In common parlance, this means a request not to urinate at that particular place. Not only foreign tourists but we also feel nauseated when we see people urinating on roadsides even in big cities of India. We know that this is a major embarrassment for our country.
In this connection, I must state that in Indian cities, public toilets and urinals are very very rare. Some public toilets have been built and managed by Sulabh in Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bengaluru and Kolkata, but these are awfully inadequate and are not properly maintained. In other cities, public toilets can't be seen. In absence of public toilets and urinals, is it possible to follow the direction: "Commit no nuisance"?
What do the other Members say?