The party also suggested that the government could make a draft legislation and based on suggestions by parties, a law could be enacted on the issue.
"They (government) did not want to lose a section of their vote bank by taking a decision over this contentious issue. Thus, they were seeking an escape route using the judiciary as a shield. But, the Supreme Court has dealt a blow to their plans," NCP spokesperson Nawab Malik said.
"The government should make a draft legislation and circulate it among all parties. Based on the suggestions and objections received, a law can be enacted," Malik said.
The apex court held that the triple talaq was against the basic tenets of Quran.
"In view of the different opinions recorded by a majority of 3:2, the practice of 'talaq-e-biddat' - triple talaq is set aside," a five-judge constitution bench said in a 395-page order.