Dealing with dead body donation: An issue of ethics, law and human rights
Dr. Mukesh Yadav, Dr. Sonu Tyagi
Liberalization, privatization and globalization reforms 1991 lead to increase in the literacy rate, economical status & health awareness of Indian people. This was followed by privatization of medical education and hence, rise of private medical and dental colleges in India. Being unable to keep pace with the changing scenarios many colleges were indirectly in line of violation of laws. Many types of crimes are being reported by the media, one of them is related to the illegal dead body donation in Medical College by many N. G. O’s like Dera Sacha Soda, which was in violation of Article 24 of the Haryana Anatomy Act 1974, etc. This paper deals with critical review of these violations and suggested remedies for preventing human rights as well as ethical and legal violations.