Insanitation


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In`san`i`ta´tion


n.1.Lack of sanitation; careless or dangerous hygienic conditions.
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Shopkeepers and traders gathered around him to pour their hearts out complaining about insanitation.
They added that insanitation, garbage heaps could be seen scattered all over on the school premises.
Later, the minister visited Municipal Committee and reviewed people's complaints regarding civic services particularly insanitation and encroachments, and assured their resolution.
Later, the minister visited the Municipal Committee and reviewed that people complaints regarding civic services particularly insanitation and encroachments, the minister assured that according to the provincial government policy special measures are being taken to improve sanitary conditions and removal of the encroachments with the cooperation of the citizen and traders.
Parthasarthi built on the legacy of the importance that science was accorded in independent India by Pandit Nehru, who not only saw science as solving the problems of hunger and poverty, of insanitation and illiteracy, of superstition and deadening custom and tradition, of vast resources running to waste, or a rich country inhabited by starving people, but also dreamt of an India where scientific temper would be the basis of all social interaction.
Caste designation of work is one of the root causes of insanitation in India: Invisible Injustice.