RAWALPINDI - Anti Terrorism Court (ATC) Rawalpindi No 2 Friday sent nine arrested suspects allegedly involved in terrorism activities to Central Jail Adiala after the investigators submitted to have their identification parade. After accepting the submission of SHO Police Station (PS) Saddar Berooni, the ATC judge Sakhi Muhammad Kahot directed police to present them in the court on February 12, the next date of the hearing and adjourned the proceedings. The ATC judge sent the accused Dr Abdul Razzaq resident of Lahore, Muhammad Naeem Shakir alias Zubair resident of Sheikhupura, Muhammad Nadeem alias Babu Salahud Din 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, Faisal Ahmed Khan resident of Bhakar, Zeeshan Jalil alias Khizar resident of Karachi and Muhammad Sarfaraz alias Muhammad Khan resident of Karachi to Adial jail for their identification parade. Earlier, all the accused were brought in the court after normal court timings in an Armour Personnel Carrier (APS). Upon their arrival, the law enforcers cordoned off the area around the court and nobody was allowed to go near to the court. The SHO told that the accused were booked in the case N. 34/09 under section 4,5 and 6 of explosive substance act, section 120-B of Pakistan Penal Code and section 7 of anti terrorism act on January 29 when they were arrested from Dhoke Lakhan a locality in the southern suburbs of the city near Dhamial Army Aviation Base. In a press conference on Thursday, the City Police Officer CPO claimed to have recovered material helpful in preparing explosives and weapons from the custody of the suspects. Police have asserted the accused had been involved in numerous suicide attacks in the twin cities most significant among them was assassination of a serving general of medical corps of the army on January 13 2008. Meanwhile ATC-I Judge Chaudhry Habibur Rehman rejected the bail plea of a terror accused after he claimed he was falsely implicated in the case. Khalid Saifullah the accused had pleaded in his bail petition that he was not actually arrested by Civil Lines Police from near Ayub Park along with two other men in May last year rather he was arrested in March 2008 from his hometown in Sargodha. The two other men have already been awarded bail by the Lahore High Court. They were allegedly arrested by the police with explosive substance.