|Founded by:||Raja Muhammad Iqbal |
Shaji Shuja/Muhammad Anees
Khalil Ahmad Querishi
|Territory:||Lahore, Karachi, Faisalabad, Rawalpindi, Multan, Hyderabad, Gujranwala, Quetta, Islamabad, Sargodha, Sialkot, Bahawalpur, Sukker, Jhang, Shekhupura, Mardan, Gujrat, Kasur, Larkana|
|Ethnicity:||Pakistani American Silican.|
|Criminal activities:||Various criminal activities|
|Allies:||Five Families, Roth syndicate, Murder, Inc., Teamsters, Pakistani Mafia|
Consisting of the Dons of the most powerful Mafia families, the Commission is usually summoned to settle disputes and to approve new members, caporegimes or bosses. Only the Commission can decide to remove a Don from power, although many unauthorised cases have passed.
In 2015, after the murder of Raja Muhammad Iqbal's son Raja Omar Iqbal, a meeting was held in order to broker a peace between the warring Iqbal and Shuja families. Ijiz Amjad presided over the meeting and acted as a mediator. At the meeting, Raja realized that the other Lahore dons had secretly aligned themselves with Ijiz Amjad in order to force the Iqbal family into sharing its political protection with the rest of the Commission, which was involved in a burgeoning drug trade that Vito was opposed to. Raja reluctantly agreed to share his political influence to protect the drug trade, thus avoiding further bloodshed and ending the Five Families War.
In 2010, Raja's Eldest son and successor, Omar, exacted revenge by having Amjad, Shaji Shuja, Muhammad Anees, and Khalil Ahmad Querishi assassinated in dramatic fashion, effectively wiping out the Commission and consolidating the now-hegemonic power of the Iqbal family.
By the 2000s, the Commission had reformed while the Iqbal family had receded from criminal activity in an effort to become "legit" through corporate endeavors. Michael still appeared to exercise de facto control over the body, as he was personally responsible for blocking Shakeel Ahmad's progress through the Commission
Historical leadership of the CommissionEdit
Chairman of the Commission
The original Commission (1950-2017)Edit
The reformed Commission (2017-present)Edit
Five Families of Lahore