Stop killing Unborn Children in India

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Do you kill a new born baby?

Do we kill a new born Baby? If so, how much cruel we are. There is no difference between an unborn child and a new born baby: both are humans. An unborn baby's heart begins to beat 18-21 days after fertilization, and brain waves can be detected as early as 40 days after fertilization. From conception to natural death, human life is an inviolable gift from God. A baby’s life inside the womb is as important as it is outside. If a government approves a bill which allows the abortion, it is cruelty against humanity.   

The government of India has approved a bill which allows abortion from 20 to 24 weeks. The proposal was made official and will be discussed in the next session of Parliament. This bill has already aroused the reactions of the "pro life" groups and many other human rights organizations around the world. India has one of the highest abortion rates in the world. The number of abortions taken place in India is over 21 times higher than the government reports. According to Human Life International, at least 15.6 million abortions are committed every year in India. Fully, one third of all babies conceived are killed within their mother’s womb.

It is the time to act…!

If the Parliament approves this bill, it will allow more babies to be killed before they see the light of day. So, it is the time to act. Each person and every group and organization should arise and act against this bill. How can we close our hearts for the cry of millions of unborn children?

Here is a petition to the President of India, Prime Minister of India, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, and the National Human Rights Commission of India, against this bill.

We protest strongly against government’s “Medical Termination of Pregnancy (Amendment) Bill 2020”. So, we appeal to the Honorable President of India, Prime Minister of India, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, and the National Human Rights Commission of India, to take necessary action to withdraw this bill so that the rights of every unborn babies are protected.

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