View Sections: Law should enforce children to look after their old parents. Law must step in where values deteriorate.

(1) Counter-view -
Read the following View Section and Develop a Counter-View Section in about 120 words :

View Sections:
Law should enforce children to look after their old parents.
Law must step in where values deteriorate.
Grey population has doubled in the last 25 years.
Protection for the elderly persons is a serious concern for the welfare state
The experience of the old people can be fruitful to the younger generation.

Ans. Counter-view :

Elderly persons: A blessing to the society

Your parents are your first…everything. They brought you into this world and hopefully, guided your development into the person you are today with as much love, nurturing and opportunity that they could provide. As said, our first teacher in life are always our parents. No one can ever replace our parents in our life. There is no need of any law to enforce children to take care of their parents in their old age. This is everyone's basic responsibility and this should be innate. A child should himself understand that when we were kids our parents took care of us so it is our responsibility when we grow up to take care of them. If each individual thinks on this whether a daughter or a son would not need any law for the same. In last 25 years, rather than Grey population the number of experienced people has double in the society. Since, we Indians have got our values and cultures from our parents for the protection of elderly persons we do not need any welfare society. The family values learned keep everyone together in the family with all the love and care. We know that the experience of old people is always fruitful to the younger generation but with time the situations and the way to handle these situations have changed. So, not all their experiences & knowledge is useful. But they are an important part of our family and society both.

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