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London bridge attack took two people’s life, confirmed police

London: London bridge attack killed two people. Metropolitan Police

Commissioner Cressida dick confirmed about this incident  in a

London Bridge attack on Friday. In addition to the two people killed in

the attack, three others were injured and are undergoing treatment at

the hospital. Mr Dick said at a press conference, “Our anti-terrorist

personnel will assist the families of the deceased by identifying those

who lost their lives in this attack.” .

Mr Dick said, “In the coming days, more police forces will be seen

and security forces will be deployed in every area.” What really

happened here and whether there is scope for anyone else to join it.

That is why we continued the search operation in the area of London

Bridge after the attack. ” London Mayor Sadiq Khan has also

confirmed the death of two people injured in the attack. He said,

“London will never rise from terrorism, terrorism will never win.”

Meanwhile, British Prime Minister Borish Johnson said that the matter

is under investigation and people will soon get justice. He said the

Metropolitan Police is under investigation. Police have earlier stated

that they have killed one suspect in the case.

London Bridge attacker was identified

Police in the UK have identified the man who carried out the attack on

the London Bridge who had already been convicted for terrorism

offenses. London police have identified the attacker as Usman Khan

(28). Police said Friday that a man attacked with a knife at several

people in and near the London Bridge in the UK capital. Subsequently,

Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu confirmed that the person was shot.

“We are now in a position to confirm the identity of the suspect as 28-

year-old Usman Khan, who lived in the Staffordshire area,” the police

said in a statement. ”

Police are investigating how the person planned the attack. According

to preliminary evidence, the man attended a meeting at the

Fishmonger Hall in London on Friday  afternoon and from there he

attacked and reached the London Bridge.

Thanks to the citizens who disarmed the attacker: Khan

London Mayor Sadiq Khan on Friday thanked the citizens who

disarmed the London Bridge attacker. According to local time this

afternoon, a man attacked at London Bridge in which several

people were injured. Assistant Commissioner of the Metropolitan

Police Neil Basu later confirmed the attacker’s death and termed it a

terrorist attack. Mr Khan said at a news conference, “Today in the

midst of the scene of the attack, Londoners have introduced heroism.

They disarmed the attacker without fear. I thank all those people on

behalf of all London citizens. “

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