This comes after CEO Jack Dorsey said in January this year that the company will "probably never do it."
This is the first time in Twitter's history that an outsider will preside over the group.
A plea was filed for his arrest for allegedly hurting the sentiment of the Brahmin community by posting a "highly objectionable" photograph on social media.
That is the most conclusive answer Dorsey or anyone from Twitter has ever given about the feature.
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Dorsey says he would give himself a ‘C’ grade when it comes to “tech responsibility.”
Twitter declined to attend the parliamentary committee meeting despite being given 10-day prior notice.
Though, Dorsey suggested that if the editable feature is rolled out, the original tweets will still show.
Dorsey had posted a picture holding a poster with a message 'Smash Brahminical Patriarchy.'
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The town hall is being hosted at IIT Delhi, and is aimed at the launch of a “youth initiative”.