Court stresses law for surrogacy, twins headed for Germany

New Delhi, May 26 (Calcutta Tube) The central government should enact a legislation to take care of surrogacy and related issues, the Supreme Court said Wednesday as the last hurdle was cleared in the travel of surrogate twins to Germany with their natural father Jan Balaz.

The vacation bench of the Supreme Court headed by Justices G.S. Singhvi and C.K. Prasad wished the family ‘good luck’.

Justice Singhvi said: ‘We can only wish good luck to them.’

The travel was cleared after Solicitor General Gopal Subramaniam informed the court that the ministry of external affairs had already issued the ‘exit permit’ for the twins, born in 2008 to a Gujarati surrogate mother from Anand.

The twins have been in India since their birth due to immigration problems.

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