The ISIS has claimed responsibility for the knife attack on the London Bridge. Two days ago, a knife-wielding man near London Bridge attacked and killed two people and injured three, while the police took immediate action and killed the accused.
The accused, who attacked the London Bridge, was identified as Usman Khan, aged 28, who had previously been jailed for conspiracy to attack the London Stock Exchange and was released in December 2018. The statement issued by ISIS says that we had a fighter who killed two people in London, but there was no evidence provided by ISIS.
British media, on the other hand, say that the accused who attacked the London Bridge with a knife attack was banned from coming to London. Local media also reported that Usman Khan was released on 20 terms in December last year, including not visiting London after his release.