From a humanitarian point of view, a person should be given the right to end their own life if it can not be made better. The suffering would be too much for them to take and there will come a point where they will give up. Euthanasia is the new form of suicide, except the reason for taking one’s life would be too severe. Although it is criticized by religious fundamentalists, the state should consider the conditions under which it is demanded by a person. Therefore, not every person should be given the right to end their life, but it should be considered whether a person’s illness is really unbearable or not.
People criticize others for their actions because they fail to see themselves in the same light. What would others do if they are put in a similar situation? Will they let their loved one suffer in intense pain and let nature take its course or will they consider ending his life to relieve pain?
Considering these arguments euthanasia should not be prohibited. It should be made legal because it can help someone suffering from intense pain. A person with a terminal illness has to die one way or the other than why not facilitate the process and make things easier.