In India, the court allowed passive euthanasia

The Supreme court of India has allowed passive euthanasia, reports NDTV .

Passive euthanasia — the discontinuation of treatment or switching off the drugs the patient will be applied in India, if a person is terminally ill or is in a deep coma. The patient can decide whether to artificially keep them alive.

Active euthanasia — when the patient is administered a lethal dose of the drug in India is still illegal. In February 2017 in Mexico city have legalized euthanasia and marijuana.