From a recent survey conducted by The Hindu, it has been found that in one of the slums of Southern Mumbai, there is a total population of around 6000 people. It has been found that the area has only 52 toilets out of which 26 are for women and 26 are for men. On an average it counts for around 115 people for one toilet. In another slum which consists of 720 houses, there is a single building containing few toilets. The path which goes towards the toilets is so dirty that it seems like a hurdle. In order to reach the toilets one has to climb steep, uneven steps, walk uphill through the narrow roads which are less than 4 feet wide and consists of slippery and soapy water followed by a downhill. Another problem which has been noticed was that there is an improper water facility at the toilets. After 10 a.m. in the morning there isn’t water in the taps. The people have to go to the toilets by carrying the mug of water which is not enough for the flushing of the toilet. This leads to a worse condition in the toilet. By the noon, the conditions of these toilets are unwatchable (Yesudhas et al, 2012). The toilets are cleaned in the evening but the people can’t visit in the night due to the pitiable condition of the roads.