The meeting with social networking platforms was to be held between May 20-27.
Business Standard learns that WhatsApp will be represented by a US-based official from the company. Facebook was likely to attend, said sources.
During a past hearing, the WhatsApp counsel had informed the court that the messaging platform could not share the data of its users with the government as it was not available with the company owing to its end-to-end encryption policy.
Though Twitter was represented by a lawyer during the case hearing, Business Standard could not verify if a Twitter representative would be part of the meeting.