Under the rule of the current CM Harish Rawat were able to establish proper infrastructure at Uttarakhand. The Congress also claims that Bharatiya Janata Party was not able to provide it taking Goa as an example.
2011 census were published, one stark finding stood out: more households had mobile phones than toilets in India. Fifty-three per cent of households had a mobile phone, while only 47% had a toilet within their homes in that year according to the census statistics.
Making an evolution in Uttarakhand congress have been able to cater for this need, the congress party tweeted yesterday in their official twitter account with an mention of this matter.
Congress in Uttarakhand ensured that 100% households have toilets. The BJP in Goa terribly failed to deliver, during the same period of time pic.twitter.com/4larQoUndb
— Goa Congress (@INCGoa_) February 2, 2017