Passive euthanasia is now a legal reality in India. But this may just be the start of the road for one's 'Right to Die' as the issue continues to draw resistance from some quarters, be it religious, legal or even medical. On this episode of We The People, we ask: Who decides if a person drafting his or her 'living will' is of a 'sound mind' or not? Is the right to draft a living will a step towards death with dignity or will it unfairly end up pushing people who can't afford treatment to opt for death? Is a legal right to active euthanasia the natural next stop?