Ministers want to use Planning Commission toilet
New Delhi: High-profile toilets built by Planning Commission at an estimated cost of Rs 35 lakh has caught the fancy of ministers who appear keen to use it.
The issue of Rs 35 lakh toilet came before the start of the Cabinet meeting today as many ministers showed their keenness to have access to the swanky toilets.
One senior Cabinet minister asked for the smart card after seeing Planning Commission Deputy Chairman Montek Singh Ahluwalia. "You are in a queue," the minister was told and the banter was followed with laughter.
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