ISLAMABAD - Pakistan has directed its High Commission in London to seek consular access to 11 Pakistani nationals arrested in Britain on charges of terrorism. The High Commission has also been asked to gather precise details about the arrests of Pakistani citizens, said the Foreign Office here on Saturday. British Police on Wednesday arrested 12 suspects over a major terrorist plot linked to al-Qaeda in raids across Northwest England. Most of those arrested were said to be Pakistani nationals, living in Britain on student visas. The Foreign Office Spokesman, Abdul Basit when asked to comment on the arrest of certain Pakistan nationals in the UK, said that the British government had contacted Islamabad at the highest level. The UK side has been assured of Pakistans cooperation in case evidence was found of their involvement in any criminal activity, he said. He also denied any operation by British secret service in Pakistan that reportedly led to police action in Britain and the subsequent arrest of 12 terror suspects. He said the media reports indicated confusion, as there appeared to be precipitate police action on account of certain intelligence information. The Pakistan High Commission in London had been instructed to obtain precise details and also seek consular access, Basit said. He stressed that no one should jump to conclusions and let the law take its course. The spokesman also cautioned against any steps by anyone that might single out or ostracise a community.