GUJRANWALA The Anti Terrorist Court No 2 Gujranwala Monday handed over 17 persons accused of lynching the two teenaged brothers, Hafiz Mughees and Munib Butt, in Sialkot to police on a seven days physical remand. The accused, with their faces covered, were presented before the court under strict security measures. During the proceedings, DSP Saddar Wasim Dar and In-charge Investigation Inspector Hameed Ullah requested the court for granting physical remand of the accused to interrogate and obtaining further details. The court while accepting the request ordered to present them on September 6 for next hearing. The accused included Jamil alias Jeela, Qaisar, Hassan Raza, Jamshed, Akram, Rashid, Nadeem, Iqbal, Sarfraz, Amin, Waris, Asghar Ahmed, Shamus, Ali Peter, Munib and Awais who were arrested under Section 302/109, 147/149, 197 and 7-ATA. Special Deputy Prosecutor General Rana Bakhtiar while pleading case told the court that after the completion of Joint investigation of Joint Investigation Team, headed by Additional Inspector General CID Mushtaq Ahmad Sukhera, 7-ATA and 297-PPC had been added to the case. It was also revealed that no clue of 10 remaining accused, including the father of deceased Bilal who was shot dead before the lynching on August 15, was found during investigation. Later, Rana Bakhtiar Advocate told this scribe that police officials involved in the case would be presented before the court today (Tuesday) after the Supreme Courts decision, as it was still unclear whether they were to be charged under the ATA or the PPC charges.