Reproductive Rights of Women

  • Kowsalya K.
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  • Kowsalya K.

    Student at Government Law College, Dharmapuri, India

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The reproductive rights of women are rarely spoken and in general women have right over her own body. Its choice of a women whether she want to reproduce or not. And women should not be forced to get reproduce. But in practical the society forces the women to reproduce. By this activity, most of the women are facing mental Trauma and also they are facing the problem of mental and physical illness. And also Article 21 of Indian constitution speaks about freedom of choice and personal liberty. And also MTP Act 1971 medical termination of pregnancy says about the reproductive rights of women. Also most of the challenges facing by women due to less awareness in reproductive rights. And new reforms made by several Countries in accordance to reproductive rights. The rights of the women should not violated. This Article widely speaks about the reproductive right of women and this will helps to understand the reproductive rights of women.





International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 7, Issue 2, Page 3560 - 3562


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