This is how PML-N is working like a Sicilian Mafia in Pakistan
- Sicilian Mafia is known as an organized international body of criminals that blackmails the state officers or sometimes kills them as well.
- Muslim league Nawaz (PML-N) is the biggest example of Sicilian Mafia in Pakistan.
- The Supreme Court of Pakistan has named Nawaz Sharif as ‘Godfather of Sicilian Mafia’.
Sicilian Mafia is known as an organized international body criminal groups that share a common organizational structure and code of conduct.
Sicilian Mafia is an organization of criminals, that crime in such a way that whether the government officers get involved in it or remain silent over the crime.
The word ‘Sicilian’ was firstly used for criminals in Sicily, an island in Italy. In order to protect its crimes, the mafia threatens and blackmails the state officers or sometimes it kills them as well.
PML-N is the biggest example of Sicilian Mafia:
In Pakistan, Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) is the biggest example of the mafia. The party works like a mafia and the high courts have named the leader of PML-N, Nawaz Sharif as Godfather of the mafia.
An honorable judge of the Supreme Court, in his decision, has called former prime minister Nawaz Sharif ‘Godfather of Sicilian Mafia’.
Sicilian Mafia doesn’t let its opponents stay alive. PML-N has a history of attacking the judiciary. It threatens the judges and pressurizes them. The recent example is the video scandal of Accountability Judge Arshad Malik.
The Sharif family is like a mafia that used every tactic to get favorable judgments. They tried to threaten the Accountability Court Judge.
The Judge, in his affidavit, has clearly said he gave a free and fair judgment on merit. He said that Hussain Nawaz met him in Makkah and offered him RS.50 Crore in bribe along with settlement abroad and when the Judge refused to take the offer, Hussain gave him life threats.
After Judge Arshad Malik claimed that he was offered cash bribe by the Sharif family, Prime Minister Imran Khan compared Pakistani mafia to the Sicilian Mafia, who use bribes to protect illegal money.
The Premier shared a four-year-old news article about a testimony given by former Italian president Giorgio Napolitano during a trial regarding violation carried out by mobsters in the 1990s.
The PM said PML-N uses tactics of bribe, threat, blackmail and begging to pressurize state institutions and judiciary in order to protect their billions of money laundering hidden abroad.