DMK MP Kanimozhi and NCP leader Majeed Memon also said they were against criminalisation and hence the triple talaq bill in its present form is not acceptable.
However, the Bill was opposed by MPs from RJD, AIMIM, BJD, AIADMK and All India Muslim League, who called it arbitrary in nature.
Carlos Carvalhal: 'Swansea City don't need a miracle'
We are still not in a good position, but the confidence is higher and belief is higher. Me, my players, my chairman, the fans, we are not part of this 100.
In 2017, the BJP emerged as the largest party in the Rajya Sabha vertook Congress to become the largest political party in the Rajya Sabha, where it now has 58 members against 57 of the main opposition party.
The Bill will be introduced by Union Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad in the upper house.
As Congress extended its support, it also recommended that there were firm lacunae in the Bill that looked-for to be fixed before being put into practice.
Tag: Nokia 6 2018 Launch
The handset appears to deliver a faster experience through a dual-core processor and more memory over the original Nokia 3310. More details from the listing came out to confirm that this device is, indeed, the Nokia 3310 as revamped by HMD Global .
The government lacks a majority in the upper House and is making efforts for the bill's smooth passage by reaching out to opposition parties.
According to the proposed law, giving instant talaq would attract the jail term of three years and a fine.
In Lok Sabha last week, the Congress and some other parties had demanded that the Bill should be sent to the Standing Committee, but the government rejected their demand. The party, however, opposes the provision in the bill criminalising the pronouncement of instantaneous triple talaq.
Korea says won't give up nukes if United States keeps up 'blackmail'
If the North Koreans conduct an additional test of a nuclear bomb - their seventh - "I would say 70 percent", he said. He said the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics would be a good opportunity to showcase the status of the Korean nation.
And if the Opposition insists on vetting the bill by a parliamentary panel, it will lead to delay and be passed only in the next session of parliament.