Interior Minister Rehman Malik has said that a case has been registered against al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden's family entering illegally in Pakistan. Speaking to reporters on Thursday, the minister said that the family was produced in the court and they had been on judicial remand. He said that Osama's family has been shifted to a house in Islamabad for three days now, adding that bin Laden's children had been exempted from legal action. Malik said that all the facilities were being provided to Osama's children. He dispelled the reports that he had told Abbottabad Commission that government was aware of Osama's presence in its territory. Rehman Malik said that bin Laden family would be allowed to leave the country after fulfilling legal requirements.