Two women from India filed a police complaint after their toilets have gone missing from their houses.
According to the Hindustan Times, a woman and her daughter living in a Chhattisgarh village requested the authorities in a letter to trace the missing toilets fast.
In the report, the mother Bela Bai Patel, 70, and her daughter Chanda, 45, built two toilets under the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan. They also presented documents showing the construction of funds.
However, they said someone stole them.
Ishaak Khalko , Pendra Station House Officer, said the two complainants wanted to trace where their toilets are. They also want to file theft against the suspects.
In the report, the two widows belonged to the Below Poverty Line (BPL) category, living in two different parts of their house in Amarpur.
In 2015, they submitted applications to the village panchayat for the construction of two toilets in their houses.
After which, the village panchayat forwarded the applications to the janpad panchayat at Pendra for approval.
After not hearing any updates of their application after a year, they went to the janpad panchayat office to get status.
However, the officials said they were already built.
Meanwhile, a local activist helped the two women by asking officials in Amarpur regarding the status of toilets’ construction.