The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the terrorist attack in London. In the incident that took place on Friday, the attacker was camped out in police action. At the same time, two of the people injured in the attack were killed.
Referring to a group of countries that claimed responsibility for the attack, IS said, "The person who attacked London was an Islamic State fighter and did so in response to calls to target civilians of coalition countries." No evidence has been presented on behalf of IS by the attacker.
Neil Basu, head of the London Police Counter Terrorism Team, told the media that the attacker has been identified as 28-year-old Usman Khan. Khan was convicted in terrorist acts in 2012 and was released from prison in 2018.
Let us tell you that on Friday, Usman Khan on Britain's famous London Bridge carried out a stabbing incident. He injured 5 people on the bridge, two of whom died during treatment.
Police took action and he piled it on the spot. After searching him, he found the jacket of Explosive which was found to be fake by the police during investigation.