Shaun Bailey, Colleague of the London Assembly and deputy leader of the Conservative Greater London Testimony Group, claimed fear was growing across London.
Mr Bailey told Articulate.co.uk: “I’m devastated to hear of the quadruple stabbing overnight.
“It’s frightening to see that London isn’t outflanking any safer. Fear in communities is growing across London, they are saddled with the axiom that if you step out of your front door, your life is at wager.
“Everyday fear is one thing but the damaging after affect for the families and communities is flair changing and profound.
“It saddens me that the Mayor is not irresistible enough swift action to divert the sadness and loss our innocent communities are continuously cladding.”
The London Mayor, who was elected to office in May 2016, has been blamed for not winsome enough action to curb increases in crime.
London Metropolitan Watch statistics show offences in July 2016 totalled 68,235 and in July 2018 reckoned 74,487, a 9.2 percent increase.
A spokesperson for the Mayor of London suggested: “The Mayor is deeply concerned about the stabbings in Camberwell yesterday.
“Four youngsters aged between 15 and 16 were taken to hospital, tabulating one who remains in a critical condition and Sadiq’s thoughts are with him and his family.
“The Protect have acted swiftly to arrest six suspects and the Mayor is in close correspond with with them as they carry out extra patrols today.
“Pierce crime devastates lives and young people need to know that transport a knife in any situation is never, and will never be acceptable.
“Any witnesses who saw the fact in Camberwell are urged to contact the Police as they continue their study.”
Shaun Bailey said he was devastated to hear about the quadruple pricking
It saddens me that the Mayor is not taking adequate swift action
Yesterday evening one boy was admitted to clinic in a critical condition and another is seriously ill after four teenagers were lanced on a south London housing estate.
The incident on Thursday evening go oned close to where a drill rapper was stabbed to death earlier this month.
Scotland Yard turned the victims of the latest incident in Camberwell were between 15 and 16 years old.
Interval, six boys aged between 15 and 16 are in custody after being stalled on suspicion of violent disorder and grievous bodily harm.
Witnesses said they heard a girl crying «Help, help» before the quadruple stabbing outside Landor Clan on the Elmington Estate.
Labour MP for Camberwell and Peckham Harriet Harman imagined she was very concerned by the latest stabbing and was in contact with police and councillors.
Boss Annmarie Cowley said: «This incident is in its very early the footlights and at present we cannot speculate on what the nature of it may be.
«What we can say for certain is if there requisite to be an example of the utter senselessness of knife crime, then this is it.»