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Should commercial surrogacy be banned in India ?

Yes 69 %
No 27 %
Can't say 4 %
Total Votes Cast : 102
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Should commercial surrogacy be banned in India ?
Posted by Anil Satyagraha

21/11/2016 21:29:32

Nov-21-2016 Mon, 09:24 PM Commercial Surrogacy Is A Complex Subject. By Banning, one means enacting a law which perhaps infringes upon the personal lives and liberty of individuals. Individuals, include, persons aka Parents et al. Banning is an act done by a State against something or someone to prevent a reprehensible action. Reprehensible actions are typically those which are abhorrent to the very conscience of the Society. Given a single sentence - "Should Commercial Surrogacy Be Banned In India", is therefore a question, which requires further information so that a reasoned answer can be provided. Therefore, I would vote as "Cannot Say" in this matter. This means, I would like to reserve my answer after taking into consideration the Fact and Law.

01/11/2016 13:29:03

yes it must be banned lest it is commercially exploited.
Posted by N.K.Assumi

15/09/2016 07:52:39

I became pro life member during my Law College days, and I was even against Termination of Pregnancy and even the National Population Control Policy, but seeing the progress of science and "Technology" I changed my mind.
Posted by N.K.Assumi

15/09/2016 07:45:23

Why allow surrogacy for free?
Posted by Raj Kumar Makkad

12/09/2016 19:28:50

Though GOI has banned commercial surrogacy in India so this poll has lost its relevance, however, the aims and objects of the law regulating it can be taken into consideration for this purpose.

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