After the meeting, Jyoti's mother Asha Devi said she had been assured by Mr Gandhi that his party would support the bill.
Earlier, Asha Devi and Badri Singh had also met Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi at his residence.
"The bill should be passed today. I have been assured that it will be passed today. Our struggle is to get this bill passed," Asha Devi said, who is attending the ongoing debate on the Bill in the Upper House.
The amendments to Juvenile Justice Act will allow children between 16-18 years to be tried as adults in cases of heinous crimes. The Bill has been passed by the Lok Sabha and is being discussed in the Upper House amid differing stands of party lawmakers.
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