Govt plans checks on surrogacy

Chetan Chauhan | Hindustan Times | 3 February 2008

With India emerging as a global market for surrogacy, the Women and Child Development Ministry wants the entire business to be regulated through a government agency to uphold interests of a surrogate child.

The ministry’s concept note on “social issues” involving surrogacy seeks a regulatory body backed by a legislation to frame and monitor guidelines on inter-country and intra-country surrogacy. “There should be a law to protect best interests of the child,” the note explained.

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