Home       Top Rated       Submit Article     Advanced Search     FAQ       Contact Us       Lawyers in India       Law Forum     RSS Feeds     

Register your Copyright Online

We offer copyright registration right from your desktop click here for details.

Latest Articles | Articles 2014 | Articles 2013 | Articles 2012 | Articles 2011 | Articles 2010 | Articles 2009 | Articles 2008 | Articles 2007 | Articles 2006 | Articles 2000-05

Search On:Laws in IndiaLawyers Search

Mutual Consent Divorce in Delhi
We provide fast, cost effective and Hassle free solution.
Contact us at Ph no: 9650499965 (Divorce Law Firm Delhi)

E-mail login                       Password
     

Free Email Sign Up

Main Categories
 Accident Law
 Arbitration
 Aviation Law
 Banking and Finance laws
 Case Laws
 Civil Laws
 Company Law
 Constitutional Law
 Consumer laws
 Contracts laws
 Criminal law
 Drug laws
 Dubai laws
 Educational laws
 Employment / Labour laws
 Environmental Law
 family law
 Gay laws and Third Gender
 Human Rights laws
 Immigration laws
 Insurance / Accident Claim
 Intellectual Property
 International Law
 Juvenile Laws
 Law - lawyers & legal Profession
 Legal Aid and Lok Adalat
 Legal outsourcing
 Media laws
 Medico legal
 Miscellaneous
 Real estate laws
 Right To Information
 Tax Laws
 Torts Law
 Woman Issues
 Workplace Equality & Non-Discrimination
 Yet Another Category

More Options
 Most read articles
 Most rated articles

Subscription
Subscribe now and receive free articles and updates instantly.

Name
Email



Copyright Registration

To Copyright Your Books, Videos, Songs, Scripts etc
Call us at: 9891244487 / or email at: admin@legalserviceindia.com
Top Law Colleges

Law Updates:

# Income-Tax
# Family law
# Company Law
# Constitutional Law
# Partnership firms
# Immigration Law
# Cyber Law
# Lok Adalat, legal Aid & PIL
# Forms
# Trademarks
# Woman issues
# Medico Legal
# Consumer laws
# Criminal laws
# Supreme Court Judgments


Published : July 29, 2015 | Author : bhanwaradityajadon
Category : Constitutional Law | Total Views : 1003 | Rating :

  
bhanwaradityajadon
have done LLB from Campus law center, university of Delhi , LLM from Indian Law institute, supreme court , New Delhi,CS(F) from ICSI, new Delhi, PGD in IPR from Indian Law institute, New Delhi, Practicing in Supreme Court, Delhi High Court, M.P.High Court, bench at Gwalior, CAT, Consumer Commissions and other Tribunals including M.P. Revenue Board at Gwalior.
 

Memoirs of A Funeral Slave

This Article is a contemplation of what could have been thought by the victim under Euthenesia.

I shouted with pain! Ohh my gosh; if this is my fate, let my soul rest in peace. I was mewling so loud, in a perpetual succession, as if my cochlear (thin layer in Ears) would burst but with my little consciousness found out that the doctor nearby was not ready to accord any heed to my plight full emotions. How could he be so apathetic, as the shout which I had been boasting was as loud as would burst my cochlear but the doctor could not hear me as the bay was only my apprehension. In fact, for the rest of the world, I am brain dead and am a subject matter of Medico-Legal research.

I ‘am anonymous to the Medico-legal matrix circumventing the decisiveness of the true determination of the ambit and the purview of the phrase Euthanasia. There were people around my alleged funeral bed in the hospital on which I was lying apparently personified as being dead although I was not so. I was grueling under severe pain and suddenly someone in the group asked the meaning of the phrase is 'Euthanasia’ who was immediately replied. I wanted to laugh, as it meant ‘Mercy Killing’, but could not as the pain or the plights were a hindrance to me in letting me laugh. In fact, all that which I wanted that my sufferings shall become, is a watershed in the thought process in the cognitive faculties of the Legislative Cum politico- legal circles as the element of Mercy is not embedded in “Euthanasia’. As the people went on debating, my mind went into passive hibernation and I began my own debate and my neurons started arguing among each other leading to dichotomous yet similar questions;

Is Dying Easier Then Living ?
The above statement is not a dialogue from a bollywood movie but a reality to reckon with. The veracity of the instant statement has been laid on the edifice of presumption being that I, if not in a vegetative state, could have asked for 'death' instead of 'life'.

Some erudite fellow of the group on my side earlier apprised me just to inculcate my cognitive faculties about the recent judgment of Aruna Shanbaug, a nurse who was raped and went into the comma and is still suffering. There was another erudite fellow who enquired as to why she was still suffering. He was told that she is suffering all the more as the situation became bad to worse after the judgment as the same allowed passive Euthanasia i.e. no medical support. Since he was inquisitive, the latter erudite fellow, asked to the former, what if she is under acute emergency? The former fellow remained quiet; probably, he was also nonplussed and was searching for an answer.

Is A Right To Be Human Superseded By Human Rights?

God created the former whereas the latter were created by the so called rational Homosapiens. I always thought that no one is above almighty and the god has a fiduciary relationship with its disciples but my plights has broken my shield of illusions and the true portrait of the world has risen over the horizon confronting the realty.

Are Laws Important Than Life?

I was wondering about some legal provision which is premised on the principle that a person who is about to die does not speak a lie known as a Dying Declaration. If this is so, then I had been urging that I am about to die and is under severe duress. Both of my assertions are true but seem neither the laws are important as none is listening to me or the lives of a human being as I had been in this state of vegetative-ness for quite a long time but my cries are lending on deaf ears. Where are the implications of the Dying Declaration? Is it that in order to avail the benefits of section 32 of the Indian Evidence Act, I need to die so that this world believes my last assertions?

Euthanasia: A Good Death Or A Bad Death

As per the Oxford English Dictionary, Euthanasia is defined as" the painless killing of a patient suffering from an incurable and painful disease or an irreversible coma".

As per House of Lords Select Committee on Medical Ethics, "It is a deliberate intervention with the express intention f ending life, to relieve intractable suffering".

I read the above definitions somewhere I could not recollect but what I’ am able to recollect was an ultimate tone and tenor of the aforesaid definitions which aims at relieving the victim of its plights and not aggravating the same. It is pertinent to mention that the literal rule of interpretation has been subsumed by the apathetic modulation of the laws where the law makers are the ones who are making laws without stepping into the shoes of the victim like me. They project and market themselves as the people working for the benefit of the masses but I would surely like to break this illusion so that the mercy killing shall be inclusive of the word ‘mercy’ in its right spirit.

Is Debating Euthanasia A Pre-Curser To Relieve Pain?

As per the Famous historian N. D. A. Kemp, the contemporary debate on Euthanasia was initiated in 1870 by Samuel Williams, a school teacher, through a speech given at the Birmingham Speculative Club in England and the same was subsequently published.

In the very recent times, the issue of Euthanasia has found new contours rendering phenomenal aggravation of the ideologies leading to numerous manifestations of the word ‘mercy killing’. The connotations like, inter-alia, voluntary Euthanasia, involuntary Euthanasia and Non- voluntary Euthanasia has become the Buzzword in the Legislative Cum politico- legal circles.

If the aforesaid classification is not enough, there is another classification which can be felt but cannot be controlled. The world of today has been drifted into two arenas; one is trying to build its own opinion in order to create a legal hegemony and the other is a follower of a demonstration effect as it is waiting for the former to justify the thoughts of its nouminal world so that once the law becomes settled, the second arena can incorporate the same.

I was wondering about the result of such a debate as the same has rather become an employment opportunity as the people who have been bestowed with a responsibility of relieving the pain of its citizenry, on the contrary aggravating it. My Eyes are still searching for someone who could relieve me of my pain but unfortunately, the same although desired by me, is undesirable for the other people who happen to earn their bread and butter loathed in my blood.

Alien deprivation can only be understood by the deep insight of such adverse condition and all those people who are devoid and bereft of such insight may not be able to feel the inculcation of the plights and the sufferings which have been felt by those who have been classified as ‘Have-Nots’ of this so called civic society.

The Victim in its aforesaid memoirs has made deliberate attempt to urge the people to understand the gravity of his/her deprivation by actually stepping into the shoes of the victim. There are many victims like him who are on their way for their heavenly abode, they must have gone with a question which remains unanswered.




1 2 3 4 5
Rate this article!     Poor
Excellent    

Most viewed articles in Constitutional Law category
Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, The Father of Indian Constitution
Position of Fundamental Rights during Emergency
Principles of Natural Justice In Indian Constitution
Right To Privacy Under Article 21 and the Related Conflicts
Prospective Vs. Retrospective
Reasonable Classification under article 14
Concept of Welfare State and Its Relevance in Indian Scenario
Vulnerable Groups in India - Status, Schemes, Constitution of India
Maneka Gandhi
Election Commission of India
Emergence of Article 31 A, B and C and its validity
Doctrine of Pleasure as under the Indian Constitution
Hart
Critical Analysis on Reservation Policy in India
Revisional Power vis
Analysis Of Writ Of Mandamus
Most recent articles in Constitutional Law category
Article 44 of Constitution: A Dead Letter to be Retrieved
Fundamental Right of The Child To Education in Andaman And Nicobar Islands
Transfer Petition in India
Role of Writs In Administrative Law
The Importance of Article 370
Judicial Activism and Judicial Restraint
Fundamental Duties Under Article 51-A
Is Preamble a Part of Constitution
Writs In Indian Constitution
Secularism and Constitution of India
The constitution of Nepal
Constitutional Disability-way forward?
Harmonious and Beneficial Construction.
Article 35A: Necessity but not Charity
Anti-defection law the challenges
State Under Indian Constitution

Article Comments

there are no comments...

Post Your Comments
Name

Email

Your comments

Note : Your email address is only visible to admin, other members / users cannot see it.

You can use following FXCodes


BOLD : [b]
Italic : [i]

[b] Legal Services India [/b] is a [i]nice website[/i].
[url= http://www.legalservicesindia.com/article/ ]click here to visit.[/url]

Legal Services India is a nice website.
Click here to visit

 

Note : Currently, user comments are moderated and will be posted only after approval.



Welcome!
Please login or register a new free account.

Random Pick
Land Reforms enacted in various states for keeping the electoral promise of implementing the socialistic goals....

Statistics
» Total Articles
1380
» Total Authors
3992
» Total Views
15575961
» Total categories
40

Law Forum


Legal Articles

Lawyers in India- Click on a link below for legal Services

lawyers in Chennai
lawyers in Bangalore
lawyers in Hyderabad
lawyers in Cochin
lawyers in Pondicherry
lawyers in Guwahati
lawyers in Nashik

lawyers in Jaipur
lawyers in New Delhi
lawyers in Dimapur
lawyers in Agra
Noida lawyers
lawyers in Siliguri

For Mutual consent Divorce in Delhi

Ph no: 9650499965
For online Copyright Registration

Ph no: 9891244487
Law Articles

lawyers in Delhi
lawyers in Chandigarh
lawyers in Allahabad
lawyers in Lucknow
lawyers in Jodhpur
Faridabad lawyers

lawyers in Mumbai
lawyers in Pune
lawyers in Nagpur
lawyers in Ahmedabad
lawyers in Surat
Ghaziabad lawyers

lawyers in Kolkata
lawyers in Janjgir
lawyers in Rajkot
lawyers in Indore
lawyers in Ludhiana
Gurgaon lawyers

TOP

India's Most Trusted Online law library
Legal Services India is Copyrighted under the Registrar of Copyright Act ( Govt of India) 2000-2016
 ISBN No: 978-81-928510-1-3