Good morning everyone present here, today I am going to give a speech on euthanasia. Euthanasia, sometimes known as “mercy killing,” is the practice of ending the life of a patient who had a fatal illness. The question of whether euthanasia should be legalized has been the subject of discussion in recent years all across the world. Both active and passive mercy killing is possible.
There are many different types of euthanasia, including the practice of ending the lives of persons with terminal illnesses, newborns with severe congenital defects, and people with incurable diseases. There are two types of euthanasia: passive and active. Passive euthanasia occurs when a patient stops taking necessary medications, which would eventually result in their death. When you actively end someone’s life, you are practicing active euthanasia.
In the Gian Kaur Case, the Indian Supreme Court ruled in 1996 that Article 21’s “Right to life” did not include the right to die. The legal ability to reject medical care, even care that keeps or extends life, is recognized. In 2011, India made passive euthanasia lawful. Pro-euthanasia advocates contend that it is largely uncontroversial in nations like Belgium and the Netherlands.
Organ donation is possible when terminally ill persons choose to end their lives. As a result, many people who require organ transplants benefit. In exchange for their right to life, you are granting someone the “Right to Die.” The most compelling argument against euthanasia is that compassion killing cannot be properly controlled. Thank you.