The British national of Pakistani origin who engaged in a knife attack in London Bridge last week was laid to rest in Azad Jammu and Kashmir.
Usman Khan, who engaged in a knife attack in the London Bridge Borough of Central London, was laid to rest in his family’s ancestral village in a southern district of Azad Jammu and Kashmir on Friday.
The 28 year old attacker was a British national of Pakistani origin. He was shot to death by British authorities during his knife attack in London Bridge last Friday killing two people.
The attacker’s body was brought by his family to Islamabad airport where it was then transferred to Kijlani village in district Kotli. The funeral for the deceased took place at 4pm after which he was buried in a local graveyard.
Members of his family have refused to speak to the media regarding this matter saying they have already provided a statement to the London police on Tuesday.
An official at PIA said that it was the airline’s policy to carry bodies on the basis of genuine documentation which includes the foreign-origin card of the deceased and a letter by the Pakistan High Commission.
The pre-burial ritual or janaza took place in Birmingham before the body was transferred to Pakistan.
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