India has asked Twitter to take down 1,178 accounts the country says are backed by arch-rival Pakistan or operated by sympathizers of a separatist Sikh movement, as reported by Reuters.

India’s security agencies said some of the accounts were being operated from outside of the country, one of the sources said, declining to be named as the order is not public. The order also involved the Twitter accounts of some supporters of the movement for an independent Sikh homeland called Khalistan.

Many of these accounts were sharing and amplifying misinformation and provocative content on the ongoing farmers’ protests, as reported by Reuters.

Tens of thousands of farmers have camped on the outskirts of India’s capital New Delhi for months demanding the withdrawal of new agriculture laws.

Twitter has yet to comply with the government order, which was issued on Feb. 4, the sources said.

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