Rajya Sabha to discuss surrogacy regulation bill

NEW DELHI: Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya will introduce the Surrogacy Regulation Bill and the Assisted Reproductive Regulation Bill, which will be discussed in the Rajya Sabha on Tuesday.

"To move that the Assisted Reproductive Technology (Regulation) Bill, 2021 be passed for the regulation and supervision of assisted reproductive technology clinics and assisted reproductive technology banks, the prevention of misuse, and the safe and ethical practise of assisted reproductive technology services for addressing reproductive health issues where assisted reproductive technology is required for becoming a parent or for freezing gametes, embryos, or embryonic tissue for addressing reproductive health issues where assisted reproductive technology is required for becoming a parent or for freezing gametes, embryos, or embryonic tissue

Mandaviya will move that the Bill to constitute a National Surrogacy Board, State Surrogacy Boards, and the appointment of appropriate authorities for the regulation of the practise and process of surrogacy, as passed by the Lok Sabha and as reported by the Rajya Sabha Select Committee, be taken into consideration, as mentioned in the RS business. The Upper House will also hear findings from the standing committees on rural development panchayati raj, water resources, consumer affairs, and women empowerment.

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