RAWALPINDI - Anti Terrorism Court (ATC), Rawalpindi No 2, on Tuesday extended the physical remand for six days of a suspected terrorist for his alleged involvement in a suicide attack in R A Bazaar Police Station area last year and extended the judicial remand of 18 other suspected terrorists till August 7. Judge Sakhi Muhammad Kahut awarded six days more physical custody of the accused Umer Adil to R A Bazaar Police after the SHO sought further custody to interrogate the accused for his alleged role in a suicide attack in a bazaar near police station. According to the details, police claimed that they arrested Umer Adil, a resident of Islamabad, from Baraf Khana Chowk in Tench area on July 2 morning and two grenades were recovered from him. A case No 399/8 was registered against him under sections 4 and 5 of explosive act (EA), 120-B (criminal conspiracy) of Pakistan Penal Code (PPC) and section 7 of Anti Terrorism Act (ATA). More importantly police have suspected Umer's involvement in a suicide attack near military General Headquarters (GHQ) on September 4, 2007 when two shopkeepers were killed on the spot and many people in the area were injured after a suicide bomber blew himself in the R A Bazaar street. Police has carried out his identification parade in Adiala Jail and are interrogating the accused after some positive development. The judge also extended the judicial custody of six men Shafiqur Rehman a resident of Mardan, Muhammad Mazharul Haq alias Ahmed alias Jani a resident of Islamabad, Niaz Ahmed alias Dr Saqib alias Akhtar a resident of Rawalpindi, Syed Abdul Majid, Syed Abdul Saboor and Syed Abdul Basit all three residents of Lahore till August 7. New Town Police arrested the suspected terrorists on July 1 on a tip off from the area behind the Rawalpindi Arts Council and recovered three suicide vests from the custody of Niaz, Mazhar and Shafiq besides five different kinds of detonators and other explosive materials. Police alleged the suspected terrorists were planning to carry out attacks on important personalities in the country.   Meanwhile, the court deferred the hearing in another terrorism case involving twelve accused men till August 7.