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  • 1. NAME ROLL NO SHWETA ACHARYA 3201 SWETESH THALE 3245 KANNAN NADAR 3224 RAHUL KANOJIA 3216 HEMANT VAISHNAV 3249 PADMAVATI SHRIYAN 3240 GROUP MEMBERS
  • 2. INTRODUCTION HUMAN BEING ANIMAL
  • 3. HISTORY
  • 4. TYPES OF EUTHANASIA 1. Voluntary Euthanasia
  • 5. 2. Non-voluntary Euthanasia
  • 6. 3. Involuntary Euthanasia
  • 7. 4. Passive Euthanasia
  • 8. 5. Active Euthanasia
  • 9. 6. Physician-Assisted Suicide
  • 10. Religious views on Euthanasia Buddhism • There are many views among Buddhists on the issue of euthanasia, but many are critical of the procedure. • An important value of Buddhist teaching is compassion. • It is still immoral
  • 11. CHRISTIANITY ProtestantismCatholicism
  • 12. HINDUISM • Euthanasia • Suicide- ‘Prayopavesa’(Eg. Satguru Sivaya Subramuniyaswami.
  • 13. Islam • Islam categorically forbids all forms of suicide and any action that may help another to kill themselves. • The precedent for this comes from the Islamicprophet Muhammad having refused to bless the body of a person who had committed suicide.
  • 14. JAINISM • Mahavira Varadhmana explicitly allows a sharavak (follower of Jainism) full consent to put an end to his or her life if the sharavak feels that such a stage is near that moksha can be achieved this way. • Liberation from the cycles of lives being the primary objective in the religion.
  • 15. ACCORDING TO SECTION 309 OF IPC The written sanction of the 3 Doctors recognized by the State as entitled to medical practice, certify in writing that the case of the patient who is to be subjected to euthanasia is a fit case
  • 16. LAWYER’S SURVEY Similar to suicide: - 40% yes 60% no Right to die: - 20% yes 80% no Doctor’s trust: - 30% yes 70% no Euthanasia as a preferable option: - 30% yes 70% no Negative impact on society: - 90% yes 10% no Legalisation in India: - 30% yes 70% no
  • 17. Source: - 60% newspaper 20% television 20% television and newspaper Which type preferable: - 50% physician assisted suicide 10% passive 0% active 40% none
  • 18. CASES RELATED TO EUTHANASIA Aruna Shanbaug Sonali Mukherjee
  • 19. Aruna Shanbaug
  • 20. Supreme Court decision on Aruna Shanbaug case
  • 21. Sonali Mukherjee
  • 22. COMPARTIVE OF BOTH THE CASES Aruna Shanbaug Sonali Mukherjee
  • 23. CONCLUSION • Morally. • Legally. • Ethically.
  • 24. OUR VIEW
  • 25. YOUR VIEW
  • 26. Question & Answer Round