Over the past year, the Municipal Corporation in the city has spent over Rs. 5 crores to build around 100 prefabricated public toilets under the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan. On closer inspection, NDTV found out that most of these toilets are in such a deplorable condition that citizens have rallied together to protest. The Central Public Health and Environmental Engineering Organisation norms read that there should be one public toilet for every kilometre of road in the city. Hyderabad which is home to 72 lakh people, has only 450 public toilets over a road network spanning 9000 kms. With most public toilets in the city being dysfunctional, will Hyderabad continue to remain one of India's most liveable cities?