Hotel owned by family of London terrorist Khuram Butt raided in Pakistan Khuram Butt is believed to have been radicalised in the UK
Pakistani security agencies today (6) raided a hotel owned by a relative of a Pakistani-origin militant responsible for carrying out the deadly terror attack in London that killed seven people, according to officials and media reports. Khuram Butt, 27, along with two other militants plowed a van into pedestrians on the iconic London Bridge and then started stabbing revellers in nearby Borough market last Saturday, killing seven people. The UK police yesterday identified two of the attackers- Pakistani-origin Butt and Moroccan-Libyan Rachid Redouane. This morning, dozens of plain clothes officers in Pakistan searched a hotel on the Grand Trunk Road…
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