The court was told that they were allegedly in possession of 179 live M16 centrefire cartridge on the 1st of this month.
40-year-old Umarji was represented in court by lawyer Wasu Pillay while Ali was represented by Mark Anthony.
Pillay made an application for bail saying Umarji is a businessman and the owner [of] HyperChem Pharmacy.
He said that Umarji is diabetic and asked the court to release him on bail.
Divisional Prosecuting Officer West Anil Prasad objected to bail saying it is a serious offence and added that the investigations are ongoing as two people are in custody and being questioned in relation to this case.
Magistrate Rangajeeva Wimalasena has remanded Umarji and Ali in custody and the matter has been adjourned to the 23rd of this month.
The bullets were discovered in a yacht at Vuda Marina in Lautoka last Sunday.
Police had confirmed that the yacht belongs to the owner of the pharmacy. Source: Fijivillage News; the photos are from Fijileaks
In February 2013, Musa was one of bail sureties for pilot MOHAMMED RIZWAN KHAN, who had been charged with one count of mansalughter and one count of Contravention to the Arms and Ammunition Act. In the application for bail for Khan, the court was informed that Aiyaz Musa, Director of Redbak Rethreading Limited, residing at 12 Tualesia Street, Lautoka, was one of four sureties. The other three were: Abdul Wahab, Director of Sun Beam Transport Limited residing at 13 Kavana Place, Lautoka; Hasmat Khan, Retired head Teacher of Lautoka Muslim Primary School residing at 35 Ratu Meli Road, Lautoka; and Zahid Ali Wahab, Manager residing at 22 Chaneb Street, Lautoka.