The information and broadcasting ministry on Friday said it has taken down 35 YouTube channels for spreading anti-India information on the internet. Fresh intelligence inputs were received against 35 YouTube accounts, two Twitter accounts, two Instagram accounts, two websites and one Facebook account, the ministry said. All of these have been operating from Pakistan and spreading anti-India fake and divisive news and other content, the ministry said.”The contest is absolutely fake and toxic like Bipin Rawat’s daughter is embracing Islam, North Korean army is going to Kashmir etc. And these YouTube accounts had a total subscriber base of over 1.20 crore,” secretary Apurva Chandra said in a press briefing on Friday. The Anti-India and fake content propagated by those channels included subjects like indian armed forces, Jammu and Kashmir, India’s foreign relations with other countries, the death of former CDS late Bipin Rawat, separatist ideas and notins, the ministry informed.