"It was I who issued the commands to kill the lawyers," JMB chief Shaekh Abdur Rahman told the Dhaka Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Court Thursday, report agencies.
On completion of several rounds of remand Shaekh Abdur Rahman, his brother Ataur Rahman Sunny and son-in-law Abdul Awal were produced before the CMM court amidst tight security.
As they were produced before the CMM court they reiterated their vow that they would neither make any appeal to the earthly court nor would take any help from those who are working in such courts.
As police sought remand the magistrate placed Shaekh Abdur Rahman and Sunny on a five-day remand.
Meanwhile report from Brahmanbaria adds: Another bank account of Sabbir Ahmed Dulal, a member of Islamist outfit JMB, was found at Agrani Bank branch of Jagatbazar in the town of Brahmanbaria.
Earlier, an account of Sabbir was detected with Janata Bank, principal branch in the district.
The account of Agrani Bank, Jagatbazar branch, was opened on May 30 in 2001 and transactions continued till February 11, 2004. Sabbir transacted for 62 times from this account in 32 months.
The head office of Agrani Bank sent a letter to Brahmanbaria zonal office to check whether there was any JMB account and the bank account was detected.
Sabbir was arrested from a saloon at Dhaka city's Paltan area on March 7 in a police raid following recovery of a cheque book of Janata Bank's Brahmanbaria principal branch from Surya Dighal Bari at Tilaghar in Sylhet.
JMB supremo Shaekh Abdur Rahman along with his cohorts were arrested from the house on March 2. After interrogation police were confirmed that Sabbir Ahmed was involved in conducting financial activities of the JMB.