RAWALPINDI - Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) obtained physical remand of three suspects allegedly involved in last year's terrorist attacks in Mumbai, India, for more two days from Anti Terrorism Court (ATC) Rawalpindi No.2 here on Tuesday. In the submission, FIA stated that the men would further be interrogated in the light of information received from India and sought their two-day physical remand. According to the sources, ATC Judge Sakhi M Kahot who has been conducting in-camera trial of the four accused in Adiala Jail, acceding to the request of investigators remanded the accused Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi a resident of Islamabad, Mazhar Iqbal alias Abu al-Qama a resident of Islamabad and Abdul Wajid alias Zarar Shah a resident of Sheikhupura. The FIA investigators told the court that the accused were to be interrogated in the light of answers given by India and some additional information about the alleged role of the accused in the Mumbai attacks that killed over 100 people on Nov 26 last year. -Shahid Rao The court also extended the judicial remand of another accused Hammad Amin Saddiq a resident of Karachi for fourteen days. The accused were arrested in January in connection with the FIR 1/09 FIA under Section 7 (Terrorism), 11-U, 21-C, 21-I (Terrorist and banned organizations) of Anti Terrorism Act (ATA) 1997, 302 (Murder) read with 34 (Murder by more than one person), 109 (Abetment) Pakistan Penal Code (PPC) and 11(Misuse of Encryption), 17 (Cyber Terrorism), 19 (of abets, aides or attempts to commit offence) of Prevention of Electronic Crimes Ordinance (PECO) 2008 registered on February 12, 2009 with FIA Islamabad.