Usman Khan, who attacked the London Bridge, has no connection with Pakistan, and all Indian media claims are false and fabricated.
On November 29, a terrorist incident occurred near the London Bridge in which a man shot and killed 2 people, including a woman, while the police took action and killed the attacker.
The accused, who attacked the London Bridge, was identified as 28-year-old Usman Khan. According to British police, Usman Khan was one of nine criminals who were jailed in 2010 for plotting to attack the London Stock Exchange. The conditional release was released in December 2018.
A conspiracy to attack the London Stock Exchange proved this during a hearing in Woolwich’s Crown Court
Usman Khan and eight other accused were convicted in the case, most of them were from Bangladesh.
Terrorist near London Bridge, attacker killed
Geo News correspondent Murtaza Ali Shah was present at Woolwich Crown Court in 2012 in a terror trial against Usman Khan.
According to the evidence presented in court during the trial, it was clear that no one from Pakistan was involved in the terrorist plot of Usman Khan and his associates.
According to the report, Usman’s parents had migrated from Azad Kashmir to the United Kingdom and he was born and bred in UK.