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Can Ladli Beti scheme contain female foeticeide? - Rising Kashmir


Can Ladli Beti scheme contain female foeticeide? - Rising Kashmir: One of the most heinous ways of discrimination against women in a society is through female Foeticide. Advances in Science and Technology is responsible for the statistic of women’s oppression. Prenatal sex determination followed by selective female foetus abortion is perfect example for the same.

There are technologies that prevent the birth of girl child and promote the birth of boy child. Scan centers disclose the sex of the foetus that is against the law. Sons are preferred over daughters for various social, economic and religious reasons, which include economic liability, lack of safety, fear of family honour, old age security, dowry, prestige and power, property inheritance, financial support, birth and death rituals and beliefs about religious duties.

In our civilised society we talk about equality in all spheres, then why the girl has no right to take birth? There is a need to realise the right of a girl child and to what extent they are being implemented.

There is a requirement of strong ethical code of conduct among the medical professionals, and an urgent need to address the fundamental problem of changing the mindset of the people only then will the regulation of technologies work.

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