RAWALPINDI - A court of magistrate on Saturday granted police two-day physical remand of the six men held by Taxila Police with explosives and lethal weapons during a late night raid.Magistrate Muhammad Yousaf on request of Police Station Taxila Station House Officer (SHO)/Inspector Muhammad Khan has given the two days physical remand of the arrested men Naseeb Shah, Rehman Shah, Alam Khan, Ghul Ghani, Fateh Gul and Gul Muhammad. The judge also directed SHO to produce the arrested men before the Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) Special Judge on Monday as the case had been registered under Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA).Earlier, the SHO had requested for four days physical custody to interrogate the six men who were arrested from Kohistan Colony Taxila on Friday evening with their other accomplices and their future planning. The court however rejected the police plea and granted only two days custody as transitory remand as the case fell under the jurisdiction of the ATC. PS Taxila SHO Khan Muhammad, while talking to the media, said that during the preliminary interrogation the arrested men had confessed to have committed heinous crimes in different areas of Rawalpindi and Gujar Khan. He said that police would interrogate the persons more in which huge revelations were expected. SHO, responding to a question, said that the police on a tip off arrested the suspected terrorists believed to be linked with Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP). He added that huge cache of illegal weapons and explosive material were recovered from their possession.