London: In a terrorist attack outside the Parliament in the UK, a speeding car hit security barriers during busy hours, in which three people were injured. The Scotland Yard said that he has arrested a person in suspicion of terrorist acts. The Metropolitan Police's counter-insurgency command is believed to be a terrorist attack. A person of approximately 28-29 years has been arrested in this case.
Neil Basu, Assistant Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police and Indian-origin officer of anti-terrorist operations said that the police is trying to identify the person, but he is not cooperating with the police. Basu said, "If we can, our priority is to formally identify the suspect and identify the cause of the incident. She is not currently cooperating. Concerned about this incident, Londoners or the rest of Britain are not aware of any other risks.
A spokesman of the Metropolitan Police said that there was no one else in the vehicle, who was standing at the spot and was being searched. No weapon has been recovered yet. The police have done the same siege on this incident as it was done during terrorist attacks.
The Metropolitan Police said, "At the time of the local time, the car hit the security barriers outside the Parliament House at 7:00 p.m." The road to the Car House of Lords collided with the inhibitors, from which it seems that The driver is trying to reach the parliament building.