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Indian Laws On Abortion: KNOW THE LAW

The Indian Penal Code, 1860 deals with criminal law of our country and it takes into account all the religious, moral, ethical circumstances of our Indian community and thus, have made abortion an illegal offence under Section 312 to 316 of the Code. Section 312 of the said code provides for causing miscarriage. According to the Section ``whoever (including women) voluntarily causes a woman with a child to miscarry the child shall be liable for imprisonment of either description which may be extended to 3 years or with fine or with both, provided that such miscarriage shall not be caused in good faith; and in case the women is quick with the child the punishment may be extended upto 7 years or with fine or both''.

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