06 Apr The national govt came up with a ban on current waste disposal practice in the country, that is throw it out of ones home and compound. UnfortunAtely the suggested remedy of the govt is distributed disposal or disposal locally. The country with 400,000 villages, this pale thechnology may seem ok as most of the country close to 50% of territory is either semi arid or arid per se. The that deserts one of the most populated deserts in the world, says Cazri.. Trouble is when we go to cities and requiring the families to dispose the waste locally at the the site of origin. In fact if the govt policy is to supply potable water, energy, and shelters then sanitation also should be the policy of the govt in that there shall be a govt mechanism to collect and treat or dispose..well unfortunately a nation like ours will not know to go for a quantum leap in any of the policies, instead we are used to a ploy of incrementalism..God may not save the people or the nation…if the country can spend a few hundred crores daily in space programs why not a smaller investment in solid waste disposal in the country half of which in either arid and semi arid …..where the waste of all sorts get homogenized in one or two days under the solar heat freely coming down..