Dhaka: Two former ministers were among 11 new suspects accused by Bangladeshi police in a supplementary chargesheet filed on Sunday in the country's biggest ever arms haul case of 2004 when 10-truck loads of weapons destined for ULFA hideouts in India were seized.

The supplementary chargesheet submitted on Sunday also named among the accused ex-chiefs of the two intelligence agencies.

Former state minister for home Lutfuzzaman Babar and ex-industries minister Matiur Rahman Nizami, of the past BNP-led four party coalition were also named among the

"We have submitted the supplementary chargesheet today following our extended investigation into the case... former state minister for home Lutfuzzaman Babar, ex-industries minister Matiur Rahman Nizami and ex-chiefs of the two intelligence agencies are among the 11 suspects accused in the chargesheet," a CID official said.

The supplementary chargesheet came on an earlier court order for an extended investigation into the 2004 arms haul case when a consignment of 10-truck loads of weapons believed to be destined to the separatist United Liberation Front of Assom (ULFA) hideouts was seized in Chittagong.