This phenomenon has raised a complex situation. They are expected to make decisions about involuntariness without having to see those close to the patient who may be exerting a variety of pressures, from subtle to coercive.
Those in a Persistent Vegetative State PVS for whom the feed can be tapered out and pain-managing palliatives be added, according to laid-down international specifications.
Secular objections Secular opponents argue that whatever rights we have are limited by our obligations. If euthanasia is legalised, then commercial health sector will serve death sentence to many disabled and elderly citizens of India for meagre amount of money.
But surely the most compassionate thing to do is to care for a person at the end of their life and to show them that their life has tremendous value regardless of age or abilities.
The Price They Pay The opposition stands with critics of PAS who have found that once assisted suicide is accepted as an available option for competent terminally ill adults, it may be permitted for ever-larger groups of persons, including the non-terminally ill, those whose quality of life is perceived to be diminished by a physical disability, persons whose pain is emotional instead of physical, and so forth.
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You find variations of this idea in many faiths; for example "do unto others as you would have them do unto you". It is included here for completeness.
Persons at the end of their lives typically have neither the energy nor the ability to meet such conditions. It is, so the argument goes, not inhumane or irreverent to assist such patients — particularly if they clearly and repeatedly so request — to bring their lives to an end.
The proposition strongly feels about the freedom of choice, but the opposition would like to eliminate options and funnel suffering people down a path they feel is the right one. The Judgment laid down is to preserve harmony within a society, when faced with a complex medical, social and legal dilemma.