Maryam Nawaz

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Maryam Nawaz Biography

NameMaryam Nawaz (مریم نواز‎;)
Full NameMaryam Nawaz Safdar
Birth NameMaryam Nawaz Sharif
IntroductionPakistani activist and daughter of the current prime minister of Pakistan.
Political partyPakistan Muslim League (N)
Positions HeldVice President, Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz.
Ex Honorary Chairperson of the Prime Minister's Youth Programme.
Chairperson of " The Sharif Trust" Schools and Hospitals.
Date of BirthOctober 28, 1973
Age (In 2020)47 Years
Birth PlaceLahore, Punjab, Pakistan
Current cityLondon, United Kingdom
Mother TongueUrdu
Zodiac / Sun signScorpio
Physical Stats
Heightin centimeters- 162 cm
in meters- 1.62 m
in Feet Inches- 5ft 4in
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourBrown
Family and Marriage Details
Marital StatusMarried
Husband/SpouseCaptain Muhammad Safdar Awan
Marriage Date1992
Son(s)Muhammad Junaid Safdar
Muhammad Junaid Safdar
Daughter(s)Mehrunnisa Safdar
Mehrunnisa Safdar
Mahnoor Safdar
Mahnoor safdar with parents
FatherNawaz Sharif (Former Prime Minister Of Pakistan)
Nawaz Sharif and Maryam Sharif
MotherKalsom Nawaz
Kalsom Nawaz
Sister(s)Asma Nawaz Sharif (Maryam Nawaz's Sister)
Brother(s)Hassan Nawaz Sharif (Maryam Nawaz's Brother)
Hussain Nawaz Sharif (Maryam Nawaz's Brother)
Other Relative(s)
Uncle(s)Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif (Three time Chief Minister of Punjab)
Grand Father (Paternal)Muhammad Sharif
Son-in-law(s)Raheel Munir 1
Education Details
SchoolConvent of Jesus and Mary, Lahore
CollegeUniversity of Punjab
Educational QualificationM.A. (English Literature)
Ph.D. in Political Science
Contact/Social Media Details (5.5m followers) (733k followers) (157k followers)
Other Details
Net Worth (Approx)US$5.1 million
Other NamesMariam Nawaz, Mariyam Nawaz, Mariam Safdar
Last UpdatedAugust 12, 2020
- In April 2016, Maryam Nawaz, along with her siblings Hasan Nawaz Sharif and Hussain Nawaz Sharif were named in the Panama Papers as allegedly hiding their wealth in off-shore tax havens.
- In March 2017, she was selected as one of the BBC's 100 Women.
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