Junaid Safdar Will Relocate To Pakistan To Support Maryam Nawaz’s Political Career


Junaid Safdar, son of Maryam Nawaz Sharif, is planning to move to Pakistan. Maryam Nawaz, according to reliable sources, will travel to Pakistan in two weeks, while her son Junaid and his wife Ayesha Saif will fly in from Doha on Friday.

On Wednesday afternoon, Nawaz Sharif and Maryam Nawaz flew out of London for a weeklong trip to Geneva. Junaid Safdar spent three weeks in Europe with his mother and grandpa in the months of October and November. Junaid and his wife Ayesha were packing their bags in Doha, Qatar, to return to Pakistan when Nawaz Sharif and Maryam Nawaz landed in Geneva.

One week ago, the pair arrived in Doha, where they stayed at Ayesha Saif’s home.

A reliable source has revealed that Maryam Nawaz and her husband would be relocating to Pakistan indefinitely to further her political career.

Cambridge alum Junaid Safdar has two Master’s degrees and two Bachelor’s degrees from prestigious institutions in the United Kingdom. He is an avid polo player and has won many tournaments while competing for British institutions.

It is anticipated that Maryam will return from her trip to Geneva in approximately a week’s time. Nawaz Sharif’s return, nevertheless, has not been finalised as of yet. The PML-N leader is said to be returning to Pakistan in the coming months, and plans for his arrival have already begun, according to reliable sources.


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