The Supreme Court has dismissed a man's petition seeking damages from his estranged wife for undergoing abortion without his consent, and ruled that an adult woman had an unimpeachable right to give birth or terminate pregnancy.
Terming the abortion, to which he had objected, "illegal", the husband had also demanded compensation from the woman's parents and brother, and two doctors. The High court had dismissed the husband's plea saying termination of pregnancy was the sole prerogative of the woman .
"She is a mother and an adult who says she did not want the pregnancy. How can she or others be made liable for it? Even a mentally challenged woman has a right to terminate her pregnancy. How can parents and doctors be made liable?"
“She should be mentally prepared... to give birth to a child. Unwanted pregnancy would... affect the mental health of the... woman."
She is the one who will be most affected by the birth of a child and hence should be the right person to decide upon that.
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