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According to the Union Rural Development Ministry, there are more than 8.71 crore latrines in households across villages in 607 districts built over the past one decade under its Total Sanitation Campaign. However the official records show that around 3.5 crore toilets are missing. Installing a toilet costs about 2,500 and the households are expected to bear the balance. The plan was intended to make India free of open defecation by 2017, with a target of 12.5 crore toilets.

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