SARGODHA (Agencies) An anti-terrorism court on Monday extended the detention of five Americans facing charges for allegedly plotting attacks against Pakistan. Police presented their challan in the court which extended the judicial remand of the arrested US nationals until February 2. According to police sources, after filing of FIR against US citizens: Ahmad Abdullah, Umer Farooq, Iman Hassan Yamir, Waqar Hassan Khan and Rami Zam Zam, four sections were imposed under Terrorism Act and three sections under PPC. Sources further said the challan mentioned details about goods recovered from the arrested US citizens. The challan also mentioned the links of detained US citizens with Jehadi outfits, record of telephone calls, maps of sensitive areas and Jehadi literature. The US nationals when presented before the court complained that they were not allowed to meet their relatives which, they said, was against the basic human rights and demanded medical treatment to Waqar Khan. The sources said the court directed the police and jail officials to provide medical facilities according to law. We are being tortured, we are being tortured, some of the arrested US men shouted in English from a prison van as it left the court after their hearing, which took place under tight security. Jehangir Sarwar, a senior lawyer present in the courtroom, quoted one of the five men as complaining of police excesses. Sarwar, who was in the court as an observer and was not representing anyone, did not say which of the five men made the remark, while police officials denied that mistreatment was raised during the brief hearing. None of the five men said anything of the sort in the court. As far as I know, one of these men had a stomach problem, said Aamir Abbas, a local police official who worked on the case. He said that the court extended judicial remand of the five men until February 2 when they will be produced again before the court. Abbas added that police had also presented a list of charges spreading over 250 pages for the courts consideration. He said the list contained new charges against the five men - to attempt to commit an act of terror against allies of Pakistan and countries which are not at war with us, although it did not name the countries. The five men are already facing charges for allegedly plotting attacks in Pakistan, which could see them jailed for life. At their last hearing on January 4, then men denied links to Al-Qaeda and told the court that they wanted to help Muslims in war-torn Afghanistan.