Passive Euthanasia: Supreme Court Removes Condition Of Magistrate’s Approval For Living Will

To make India’s “living will” process — an advance written statement that details a person’s desire regarding future medical procedures — less cumbersome, the Supreme Court on Tuesday removed a condition that mandated a magistrate’s approval for withdrawal or withholding of life support to a terminally ill person.

The new guidelines will make process of passive euthanasia simpler. Earlier guidelines required intervention of district collector and judicial magistrate.

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