SIX men allegedly involved in Hongkong's biggest counterfeit banknote racket had committal proceedings against them adjourned for two weeks yesterday. They were charged following the seizure of HK$50 million worth of forged notes, printing equipment and other paraphernalia. The charges against Mohammad Fateh, Leung Bing-wing, Yip Moon-kwan, Lerdmaleewong Kriangsak, Tsang Ho and Hussain Syed Ashfaq were yesterday amended and consolidated before magistrate Mr Alan Wright at Eastern Court. Yip, Kriangsak and Tsang are charged with conspiring together with others to forge US$100 and US$20 banknotes. They are also charged, together with others, with conspiracy to counterfeit US$100 and US$$20 banknotes. Fateh stands charged with delivering counterfeit banknotes. Along with Leung, Ashfaq and others, he is charged with conspiring to utter forged US$100 and US$20 notes and conspiring to deliver counterfeit notes. All the defendants, apart from Leung, applied for bail but Mr Wright ordered them remanded in custody.