Quetta : Pakistani officials on Sunday registered a case against unnamed US officials for the drone attack that killed fugitive Taliban leader Mullah Mansour and a taxi driver earlier this month.
The FIR, a copy of which is available with Geo News, was lodged at Levies Police Station in Mal Noshki in Balochistan, some 30 kilometer from the site of the drone attack on behalf of Muhammad Qasim, a brother of Muhammad Azam, who was driving the militant commander in his taxi and perished in the missile attack.
The complainant sought legal action against US officials, who he said, claimed responsibility for the attack through media.
The FIR has been lodged on different counts including, murder, terrorism and acts that deal with explosives.
Muhammad Qasim complained that he was informed on May 21 at 3:00 pm that the vehicle was blown up in an explosion that killed his brother and passenger identified as Wali Muhammad.