VOLUME I - ISSUE IV

Personal Diary

ABORTION LAWS IN INDIA – A RIGHT OR A PRIVELEGE

 By: - Shivangi Prakash, 4th year BA LL.B, Amity University Noida

Ansh Yadav, 4th year BA LL.B, Amity University Noida

Received: August 8 2021; Accepted: 2nd September, 2021; Double Peer Reviewed: November 2021.

ABSTRACT

The concept of abortion has become a horrific crime, or rather a social norm, in India, a country of atheism and spirituality, but the wave of modernization and the post-colonial ideological conflict will cause people to move between cultures. And the culture of dealing with current difficulties, including medical abortion, was a sign of reassurance for everyone. This article describes the Medical Abortion Act of 1971, the amendments made in 2002 and 2003, and the rules and improvements made. This article addresses not only initiatives to improve women's reproductive rights and the availability of safe abortion, but also needs, issues and some issues that are often overlooked.

Recommended Citation:
 

Prakash & Yadav "ABORTION LAWS IN INDIA – A RIGHT OR A PRIVELEGE", JULS Vol. 1(IV), pp. 42-50 (2021), https://www.uniquelaw.in/abortion-laws-in-india-aright-or-a-privelege

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Publication Month and Year: December, 2021