An unidentified man has been arrested for attempting to attack Buckingham Palace 4 days before the coronation of British King Charles.
According to foreign media reports, a controlled explosion was carried out outside Buckingham Palace, a suspect was arrested by the police and a knife was recovered from him. No shots were fired or anyone injured in the incident.
Reports said that the accused is accused of throwing short gun cartridges in the grounds of the Royal Palace of Great Britain.
On the other hand, the British police did not consider the incident as terrorism, but called it a mental health issue.
According to reports, King Charles and Queen Camila Parker were not in the palace at the time of the attack, the suspect had been staying outside the palace for several days.
According to British media, people heard the suspect saying that ‘I will kill the king’.
It should be noted that the coronation ceremony of the British King Charles will take place in Westminster Abbey on Saturday, May 6. Before the coronation, London was filled with tourists. will be
According to reports, 2,000 people have been invited to the coronation ceremony, Pakistan will be represented by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif.
Remember that after the death of Queen Elizabeth II, King Charles III became the King of Great Britain.