LONDON - Greater Manchester Police in Britain confirmed on Thursday that four Pakistani students out of the 11 arrested last week in anti-terror raids could be released without any charge. A police spokesman told The Nation even if these four students were charged still they would be released on bail as the police have not requested any further remand for them. He said that the rest of seven will remain in police custody till the end of their remand next Wednesday. According to the legal experts, these students could not be deported as they were living legally in the UK on student visas. One expert said that even they will be charged and released on bail they could not be deported because their trial will be held in the UK courts. When this scribe contacted the Pakistan HC in London regarding the release of Pakistani students, they were unaware of this new development. The Press Consular at Pakistan High Commission London Syeda Sultana Rizvi said that British Foreign and Commonwealth Office has showed very cold response on the issue of access to the Pakistani students and was less cooperative. The UK govt has not yet informed of any updates about the investigation being carried out. A legal expert said that it is a breach of Vienna Convention to disallow counsellor service to Pak students.