Twitter has suspended two accounts affiliated with farmers' collective Kisan Ekta Morcha that led protests against now-scrapped farm laws. This comes a day after YouTube removed slain Punjabi singer Sidhu Moose Wala's latest release, SYL, from YouTube.

The banned United Kisan Morcha Twitter handles are Kisan Ekta Morcha and Tractor2twitr. Kisan Ekta Morcha had five lakh followers on Twitter, compared to Tractor2twitr's 55,000.

The United Kisan Morcha used both of these Twitter handles to disseminate movement-related information during the farm-law agitation. Since these Twitter handles have now been suspended, the information related to the farmers' movement that was posted on the accounts is no longer available to the public.

Meanwhile, earlier on Sunday, Sidhu Moose Wala's posthumous release, SYL, a song on Punjab's water issue, was also taken off YouTube. The title "SYL" refers to the Sutlej-Yamuna Link canal. The 214-kilometer-long Satluj Yamuna Link canal has been the bone of contention between Punjab and Haryana for over three decades now.

Punjab has been demanding a reassessment of its share of the Ravi-Beas river's water, while Haryana has been seeking completion of the canal to get its share.

Moose Wala, whose real name was Shubhdeep Singh Sidhu, was shot dead in Punjab's Mansa district last month.

The late singer enjoyed a huge following in India and abroad with songs such as "So High", "Same Beef", "The Last Ride" and "Just Listen".