ISLAMABAD - Taking strong exception to Indian Prime Ministers statement about possible attacks by Pakistan based Taliban during the general elections in India, Advisor to Prime Minister on Interior Rehman Malik Saturday said that New Delhi should provide intelligence information to Islamabad to investigate into the matter. Addressing a press conference here, Advisor on Interior said the statement had come from the highest office of India so the Pakistani government could not ignore it. We have asked India to share intelligence to counter such untoward incidents. We are committed to cooperate with Indian government, if required information is shared with us, he said. He said terrorists were common enemies of both the countries, as they had no religion and borders. He added government condemned terrorism either it took place in India or in any other part of the world. Talking about the arrest of 11 Pakistanis in UK, Malik said that directions had been given to Federal Investigation Agency to take up the matter with INTERPOL while Foreign Ministry had also been asked to obtain information in that regard. He added that British government had not yet shared information regarding the arrested people, however, if British intelligence agencies contacted Pakistani government, Islamabad would cooperate with it. To a query, Malik said that peace agreement with Taliban in Swat was yet intact, however, the proposed draft of Nizam-e-Adl Regulation 2009 would be tabled in the National Assembly. He said that government was committed to the peace agreement but the Taliban still had their check posts in different areas of Swat and were patrolling armed with sophisticated weapons.