Shaista Amber, president of the board said that though they supported the bill, they want an amendment in it.
The members of the All India Muslim Personal Law Board have already expressed their disapproval against the bill calling it defective and destructive for families and women.
The Triple Talaq Bill was cleared in the Parliament in December 2017.
Under the proposed law, instant divorce will be a non-bailable offence with a punishment of three years jail for guilty husbands.
The proposed law would only be applicable to instant triple talaq or 'talaq-e-biddat' and it would give power to the victim to approach a magistrate seeking "subsistence allowance" for herself and minor children.
The practice of triple talaq allows Muslim men to divorce their wives instantly by saying 'talaq' three consecutive times (either directly, via social media or even a text