British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that he was deeply saddened by the horrific incident in Glasgow. My condolences to the victims and their families.
- Police killed the suspected attacker at the scene
- British PM Boris Johnson expressed grief over the incident
On Friday, a man attacked with a knife and killed three people in a hotel in Glasgow City Center, Scotland. Six people including a police officer were also injured in this attack. The police have piled the suspected attacker. However, the Scottish police have not yet clarified whether it was a terrorist attack or not.
At the same time, after the incident, a large number of police and ambulances have been seen in the city of Glasgow. The Scottish police issued a statement saying, ‘The situation is under control and there is no danger to the common people. Three people have been killed in this incident, while 6 people have been injured. A police officer has also been injured in this attack.
At the same time, the police federation said in its statement, ‘We have received information about a police officer being stabbed in Glasgow City.’
Apart from this, Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon tweeted and appealed to people to stay away from the spot. He said he avoided going to the West George Street area of Glasgow, as the Scottish police engaged in controlling the attacker.
On the other hand, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson expressed deep sorrow over this incident. He said that the horrific incident in Glasgow was deeply sad. My condolences to the victims and their families.
Earlier on Saturday, a man was attacked with a knife in Reading Park, England. The 25-year-old attacker was from Libya. The accused was arrested by the police. Three people were killed in this incident, while many people were injured. The Thames Valley Police called the incident a terrorist attack.