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After RTI, citizens demand Right to Pee in Public Places

17, Feb 2014 By Lunatic509

After the success of Right to Information, India becomes the first country to give its citizen another boon on World Environment Day, i.e. Right to Pee in Public Places (RPPP). A scientific study done in India brought to light that urinating in public places is eco-friendly.

It is the need of the hour.
It is the need of the hour.

Peeing on thick bushes or small undergrowth in roadsides and public parks provides the vegetation with much required Ammonia and water which act as pesticide and help in their growth respectively thus increasing the Oxygen quotient in the atmosphere. As taking a leak does not require wastage of water for flushing or hand wash, nor tissues for wiping hands afterwards, it is greatly encouraged for water and paper conservation.

Going to a public urinal is costly and time consuming while urinals are normally dark, damp and filled with obscene illustrations of genitals resembling ancient cave paintings, equipped with dirty buckets with holes and un-flushed commodes. Thus Indian people prefer making water in natural environment amidst the din of passing automobiles relishing the fresh air themselves and spreading the fragrance and aesthetic view to onlookers.

While villages in Bharat have vast sprawling  expanse of greenery of bushes and cactus for such purposes, towns and cities in India have attractive sites like railway tracks, walls of dilapidated buildings, abandoned heritage sites, dark alleys, and swimming pools to name a few.

Human Right Activist Peenak Sekhar said that while Public Display of Affection should be regarded as a cognizable offence as it violates Indian culture and pollutes the mind of youths of this country, RPPP will invigorate people and will relieve their burdens both literally and metaphorically. Marble-floored and cemented toilets are the deplorable signs of western influence which should be resisted with full force.

Foreign visitors also admire Indians’ closeness with nature during nature calls and have many a times tried to implement these rules in their own countries but to utter failure.

Meanwhile the Olympic committee is happy with Indian sanitation facility and decide to let India host the 2018 Winter Olympics.