RAWALPINDI - Anti Terrorism Court (ATC) Rawalpindi No 2 Friday extended the physical remand of nine suspected terrorists allegedly involved in two suicide attacks on army men last year in the city, for five days. In their submission, police sought their 10 days physical remand to learn about their other accomplices allegedly involved in the fatal attacks last year. The ATC judge Sakhi Muhammad Kahot extended the physical remand of the accused Muhammad Naeem Shakir alias Zubair a resident of Sheikhupura, Muhammad Nadeem alias Babu Salahud Din a resident of Rawalpindi, Osama bin Waheed alias Hadayat Ullah a resident of Bhakar, Muhammad Illyas alias Qari Jamil a resident of Chakwal, Muhammad Rizwan alias Shamasul Haq resident of Karachi, Dr Abdul Razzaq resident of Lahore, Faisal Ahmed Khan a resident of Bhakar, Zeeshan Jalil alias Khizar a resident of Karachi and Muhammad Sarfaraz alias Muhammad Khan a resident of Karachi for five days after R A Bazaar Police sought their custody to gather information regarding the other accused and recover the explosive material used in the suicide blasts. The investigator said the accused were arrested on January 29 from the outskirts of Rawalpindi with explosive material and some of them had been identified by eye witnesses during their identification parade in Adiala Jail. The accused were to be interrogated about other people involved in carrying out suicide blasts in the Cantonment area of the city. Lt Gen Mushtaq Baig with seven other persons was killed on the busy mall road on February 25 last year at a traffic signal. In the other suicide blast on February 4 2008 ten persons were killed and about 10 others were wounded when a suicide bomber crashed his bike into an armed forces bus carrying students and officials of Army Medical College, near the General Headquarters (GHQ). Separately the court granted bail to 15 men arrested by Shahzad Town Police for arson and rioting on Islamabad Expressway after the disqualification of Nawaz Sharif and Shahbaz Sharif on February 26. The Court directed the accused Muhammad Sadiq, Jahanzeb, Syed Naeem, Asim Mehmood, Shahzad Ali, Mamraiz Khan, Aabul Mateen, Basharat, Saifur Rehman, Irfan Haider, Kamran Malik, Qasim Khan, Akhtar Wali, Malik Arsahd and Muhammad Tufail to submit the surety bonds each worth Rs 30,000. The men were booked under section 395 (dacoity), 353 (assault on police), 341 (wrongful restraint), 186 (obstructing police), 188 (disobedience to orders), 148 (rioting), 149 wrongful assembly), 427 (mischief and damage to property) of Pakistan Penal Code and section 7 of anti terrorism act in the FIR No 12/09 on February 26. Meanwhile an additional district and sessions judge (ASJ) Rana Muhammad Ali directed Ganjmandi police to receive the complaint against a Union Council Nazim and register an FIR if cognizable offence was made. ASJ Rana Muhammad Ali directed station house officer (SHO) Gnajmandi to consider the complaint of Manazar Khan Jadoon of Hazara Colony against area nazim Babar Sultan, naib nazim Imtiaz and their five men and register a criminal case against them if they had taken law into their hands. The complainant has alleged before the court that the nazim and his men have wrongfully occupied his land and police has declined his complaint for registration of case.