Usman Khan, who was the culprit behind the stabbing incident near London Bridge and was later shot dead by Police, has no connection with Pakistan as long as his extremist radicalization and terror persuasion are concerned. India media has published fake news regarding Usman’s connection with Pakistan.
According to details, India media has published the news that Usman Khan belonged to Pakistan.
It should be remembered that Usman Khan was a terrorist involved in a stabbing attack near London Bridge. He was later shot dead by Police on 30th November. Indian Media spread fake news that the terrorist was born in Pakistan.
According to details, Usman Khan was born in Stroke-on-Trent in Azad Kashmir and he belonged to working-class immigrant parents.
According to details, Usman Khan belonged to a group of nine extremist members from Stroke-on-Trent, Cardiff, and London. Their members were sentenced in 2012 at Woolwich Court. He was the youngest in the group. Other members were from Bangladesh and the British.
This correspondent had once attended hearings and a few parts of trials of Usman Khan and eight others that had happened at Woolwich Crown Court in 2012 when he was found guilty of terrorism activity for planning bomb attacks at the London Stock Exchange.
It was obvious from Usman’s trial in Woolwich court that Usman did not belong to Pakistan or Kashmir. According to sources, he had disc used about hosting a training camp in Azad Kashmir, but the plan never executed. The evidence from the court clarifies that nobody from Pakistan was involved with him in that plan.
The court trial also clarifies that Usman Khan was somewhat inspired by Al-Qaeda group but he got inspiration from local groups, online sources, and extremist literature available online. He was mentally unstable, according to court trials.