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  • The Government has the responsibility of providing ‘Public Facilities’ to all its citizens.
  •  Public facilities have to be equally available and affordable to all citizens irrespective of their economic or social status.
  • The Constitution of India recognises the right to water as being a part of the Right to Life under Article 21.
  • One of the most important functions of the government is to ensure that these public facilities are made available to everyone.
  • Public facilities that only the government can maintain are roads, railways, sanitation, water supply and electricity.
  • Public facilities relate to people’s basic needs.
  • The main source of income for the government is through the tax it collects from the citizens.
  • Sometimes the government is unable to provide the public facilities to the satisfaction of all its citizens.
  • Sanitation is measures taken up by the government to protect public health through proper solid waste disposal, sewage disposal, and cleanliness during food processing and preparation.

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