A mysterious liquid was discovered in Mohammad Yasin’s parliamentary office this lunchtime, according to sources.
It is feared the package is linked to “Punish a Muslim” day.
Emergency services raced to the scene inside Norman Shaw North amid reports of a leaking package.
Police and paramedics rushed to the scene and two people have been taken to a hospital.
It is suspected that this is linked to “Punish a Muslim Day” which involves winning 10 points to “verbally abuse a Muslim”, 100 points to “beat up a Muslim” and 2500 points to “nuke Mecca”.
A Parliamentary spokesperson added: “We are aware of a potential situation involving a suspicious substance which the Met Police are investigating.
“There has been no evacuation, but the affected area has been cordoned off. Access to the building is otherwise unaffected. We cannot provide any more details at this stage.”
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