No toilet, no bride says Jairam Ramesh, What About Home ?

Don’t get married in a house where there is no toilet,” the Rural Development and Water and Sanitation Minister said while addressing people of Khajuri village near Kota. Just weeks after saying toilets are more important than temples, Rural Development Minister Jairam Ramesh has hit out at unsanitory conditions in trains, yet again. He's gone on to say that women should refuse to marry into families with no bathrooms. he also said that those who defecate in open should be arrested. "Two crore passengers travel daily from railways. 50,000 coaches run on tracks daily. There are four toilets in one coach. If any person is found defecating in open, he would be punished severely," Ramesh said. “You consult astrologers about rahu–ketu before getting married. You should also look whether there is a toilet at your groom’s home before you decide to get married,” he said. Later, Mr. Ramesh launched the third edition of the Nirmal Bharat Yatra at Sangod in Kota district.
Ramesh also narrated the story of a woman- Anita Narre- who left her husband's home in Madhya Pradesh two days after marriage in protest against not having toilet there. Noting that sanitation is an issue related to women's dignity and safety, Ramesh said the Nirmal Bharat Abhiyan is a people's movement aiming to eradicate the menace of open defecation in ten years. He criticised Rajasthan for not doing enough for providing proper sanitation facilities to the people. Pointing out that out of 9,177 Gram Panchayats, only 321 have become open defecation free in the states, Ramesh asked the state authorities to come out with a plan to make the state open defecation free in five years. Meanwhile, members of saffron outfits showed black flags to Ramesh at various places protesting against his temple and toilet remarks. Its fate of Indian People that if they Unfortunate earn Rs. 28 per day then they are above Below Poverty Line (BPL) and if you are not in BPL families, you can't avail various sanitory and rural development schemes of Government. So people of Rajasthan is in limbo whether to earn above Rs. 28 or take advantages of Govt. schemes. They are Farmers, Mazdoors who hardly have Money for Proper Home, better food so how can they think about proper sanitation Neither they are eligible to avail High-profile toilets built by Planning Commission at an estimated cost of Rs 35 lakh. Point raised by Hon. Minister is 100% correct but who will provide proper Home first instead of Tin or Grass shade where more than 20% population country is living life like hell ?.