The Lok Sabha has passed the Surrogacy(Regulation Bill) seeking a complete ban on commercial surrogacy in India.
The bill, which was introduced in 2016 was passed with a voice vote on Wednesday.
Under the proposed act, henceforth, only altruistic surrogacy, which is surrogacy services given by a person who is genetically related to either of the intending parents, without any monetary consideration will be allowed. Also, a woman can be a surrogate only once in her lifetime.
It also states that only couples who cannot conceive will be allowed surrogacy and makes it clear that singles, homosexuals and live-in couples cannot apply for surrogacy.
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