What is Euthanasia:
Euthanasia means ending the life of the person to get relief from pain & suffering. Over the last century, the clinically assisted death has surged and been an ethical issue owing to particular reasons. Although some people opine that ending the suffering of fellow human beings is an act of mercy and as such should be enshrined in law while the others have contradictory views regarding the issues. I partly agree with this statement but there should be a consideration of the circumstances of mercy killing.
To begin with, legislation of euthanasia tend to save ridiculous expenditure of a huge amount of money which spent on sustaining many patients who just live with help of sophisticated medical equipment like ventilators some sorts of machines. In fact, they feel that the money wasted for this purpose can be used for treating other patients who can be brought back to a healthy life. Legislation of this practice can definitely give these patients a peaceful end through a clinically assisted death.
Moreover, in numerous orthodox countries government has paid a huge amount of money for sustaining the lives of the patient because of their religious law forced them to stop euthanasia. Furthermore, in some religious countries such as UAE, USA Euthanasia is strongly restricted as it is inhuman. That is to say, human beings and their life is the highest prior blessing on the earth by God. In addition, there are no safeguards to guarantee that possibility of a mistake being made and the wrong person being killed.
However, doctors are bound by oath to preserve the life of their fellow human beings and as such should not be forced into a situation where they are legally bound to terminate a life.
To conclude, although euthanasia is illegal and ethical issues in many countries. There tend to be some benefits such as saving money and getting rid of high-level stress. I believe that mercy killing can be legalized if a terminally ill patient and family members are for the clinically assisted way of death.