Right To Abortion Vis -A- Vis Inherent Cruelty For Divorce

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Rachna Rani , Saina Parveen , Ujjwal Kumar Singh , Abhiranjan Dixit , Hitesh Bhatt Ambar Srivastava , Jagat Narayan


Since the beginning of time and even today, abortion has been a divisive topic. This stance can be summed up by the words "pro-choice" and "pro-life." Because abortion raises so complex moral, physiological, and legal considerations, it is difficult. Because Old Hindu Law mandates that a son must be born in order for the soul to be saved, the court has regularly found that abortion is cruel. Abortion is a social issue that empowers women by letting them makes their own choices. If the crucial issue of female foeticide is not addressed, the conversation about abortion in India will be in vain. The rights of the unborn child must be taken into account while evaluating the autonomy of a woman. Mothers should put their own health before that of their children. According to Article 21 of the Indian Constitution, the right to privacy—which includes the right to an abortion—is a continuation of the right to life. Thus, a part of the right to life is the capacity to experience life to the fullest with all of one's limbs and abilities. Also included is the ability to control one's reproductive system and decide whether or not to produce children. It is still unjust that women choose to have children despite cultural advances. Women must freely choose whether to become pregnant due to the numerous physical and psychological difficulties they face, such as labour pain, hormonal imbalances, and stress. In order to explain the murky state of abortion rights, the essay emphasises avoiding dangerous abortion procedures and constraining international abortion regulations.

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