New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday censured Saturday night's dread assaults in London that asserted no less than six lives.
"Assaults in London are stunning and anguishing. We denounce them. My musings are with groups of the perished and supplications with the harmed," Modi tweeted not long after his arrival from a four-country Europe visit where the battle against fear mongering shaped a noteworthy piece of his plan.
No less than six individuals were murdered and 30 others harmed in two separate fear assaults in London.
As indicated by Met Police Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley, a van struck individuals on the London Bridge. It then over the extension thumping more than a few people on foot.
The van was heading towards the London Bridge station, on the south bank of the waterway.
The vehicle then kept on driving towards Borough Market, only south of the extension, where three attackers got out and endeavored to wound regular citizens in an eatery, including a cop.
Outfitted police were called to the scene and inside eight minutes, the three aggressors were shot dead.
This is the third dread assault in Britain since March.