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Maryam Nawaz
Chief Minister of Punjab (en) Fassara

26 ga Faburairu, 2024 -
Rayuwa
Haihuwa Lahore, 28 Oktoba 1973 (50 shekaru)
ƙasa Pakistan
Ƙabila Kashmiris
Harshen uwa Harshen Punjab
Ƴan uwa
Mahaifi Nawaz Sharif
Mahaifiya Kulsoom Nawaz
Abokiyar zama Safdar Awan (en) Fassara  (25 Disamba 1992 -
Yara
Ahali Hussain Nawaz (en) Fassara da Hassan Nawaz (en) Fassara
Karatu
Makaranta University of the Punjab (en) Fassara
Matakin karatu secondary school (en) Fassara
Makarantar Firamare
Harsuna Urdu
Sana'a
Sana'a ɗan siyasa
Imani
Addini Musulunci
Jam'iyar siyasa Pakistan Muslim League (N) (en) Fassara

Maryam Nawaz Sharif (Punjabi da Urdu: مریم نواز‎; an haife ta a ranar 28 ga watan Oktoba shekarar alif dari tara da saba'in da uku miladiyya 1973), wanda aka fi sani da Safdar, 'yar siyasa ce ta Pakistan kuma 'yar tsohon Firayim Minista na Pakistan Nawaz Shariф .[1] A shekara ta 2012, ta shiga siyasa kuma an sanya ta a matsayin mai kula da yakin neman zabe na PML-N a lokacin babban zaben 2013. Bayan zaben, an nada ta a matsayin shugabar shirin matasa na Firayim Minista. Koyaya, ta yi murabus a shekarar 2014 bayan Imran Khan ya soki nadin ta bisa ga nepotism da kuma kalubalantar digiri a Babban Kotun Lahore.[2]

A ranar 11 ga watan Maris na shekara ta 2023, an fitar da wani rikodin sauti wanda ake zaton ya nuna Maryam Nawaz na PML-N inda ta ba da shawara ga kawunta, Firayim Minista na Pakistan Shehbaz Sharif, don nuna kisan ma'aikacin PTI Ali Bilal a matsayin hatsarin mota da ma'aikatan PTI suka yi.[3]

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An haifi Maryam a ranar 28 ga Oktoba 1973[4][5][6] a Lahore, Pakistan,[7][8][9] ga Nawaz Sharif da Kulsoom Butt . Sharifs sune Kashmiris na Punjab.

Ta sami ilimin farko daga Convent of Jesus and Mary, Lahore . Tana so ta zama likita, saboda haka ta shiga Kwalejin Kiwon Lafiya ta King Edward a ƙarshen shekarun 1980; duk da haka, bayan jayayya game da shigar da ba bisa ka'ida ba ta tashi, dole ne ta bar kwalejin ba tare da kammala digiri ba.

A shekara ta 1992, ta auri Safdar Awan tana da shekaru 19 kuma ta ɗauki sunan mijinta Mariam Safdar. Awan yana aiki a matsayin kyaftin a cikin Sojojin Pakistan a wannan lokacin kuma ya kasance jami'in tsaro na Nawaz Sharif a lokacin da yake Firayim Minista na Pakistan. Tana da 'ya'ya uku tare da Safdar Awan: Ɗa, Junaid, da' ya'ya mata biyu, Mahnoor da Mehr-un-Nisa.

A cikin 2015, a gayyatar Nawaz Sharif, Narendra Modi ta halarci bikin auren 'yar Maryam a Pakistan.

Ta kammala karatun digiri na farko daga Jami'ar Punjab, daga inda ta sami digiri na biyu a fannin adabi. A shekara ta 2012, tana yin digiri na Ph.D. a kan tsattsauran ra'ayi bayan 9/11 a Pakistan.

A cikin 2014, Babban Kotun Lahore ta yi tambaya game da digiri a MA (Littafin Ingilishi) da Ph.D. a Kimiyya ta Siyasa. Ba a san ko an sami digiri na Ph.D. ko kuma girmamawa ba. A cikin 2018, ta bayyana digiri na biyu a cikin wallafe-wallafen Ingilishi yayin da take gabatar da rubuce-rubuce ga Hukumar Zabe ta Pakistan.

Maryam Nawaz

Bayan juyin mulkin Pakistan na 1999, ta kasance a karkashin tsare-tsare na gida na tsawon watanni hudu[10] kafin a tura ta gudun hijira a Saudi Arabia tare da dangin Sharif.

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  1. Bhattacherjee, Kallol (2020-11-21). "Maryam Nawaz — the daughter who is shaking up Pakistan". The Hindu (in Turanci). ISSN 0971-751X. Retrieved 2020-11-22.
  2. "Maryam Nawaz resigns as head of youth loan programme". Dawn (in Turanci). 13 November 2014. “The chairperson has to be changed,” Justice Syed Mansoor Ali Shah said on Tuesday while hearing a petition filed by Zubair Niazi, a Lahore-based Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf leader, against the appointment. The judge also raised queries about a unique combination of her degrees – M.A. (English Literature) and Ph.D. in Political Science – which was presented to the court by a government lawyer in support of Maryam Nawaz’s eligibility for the position. Since her appointment after the PML-N came to power, Ms Maryam has been facing criticism, particularly from the PTI leadership. The PTI termed the appointment a sheer case of nepotism and often targeted her for misusing government funds for her own image-building in the name of promoting the youth development programme.PTI Chairman Imran Khan has been accusing the prime minister of benefiting members of his family by appointing them to government positions.
  3. "Maryam Nawaz suggested to portray PTI worker's murder as accident: Audio leak". The Nation (in Turanci). 2023-03-11. Retrieved 2023-05-04. Maryam Nawaz could be heard telling her uncle that she felt sorrow over the death of PTI worker, however, suggesting to portray his death as a road accident, and that those who dropped his body at the hospital were PTI workers.
  4. "Scions of Sharif, Bhutto dynasties debuting in electoral politics" (in Turanci). Retrieved 14 July 2018.
  5. Malik, Arif (19 January 2018). "Maryam Nawaz to take part in 2018 General Election: sources". DAWN.COM. Retrieved 19 January 2018.
  6. "Birthday wishes pour in as Maryam Nawaz turns 44 today - Pakistan - Dunya News". Dunya News. Retrieved 28 October 2017.
  7. "Maryam Nawaz Sharif shares rare pictures of her Barat on 24th wedding anniversary". Daily Pakistan Global. 26 December 2016. Retrieved 21 April 2017.
  8. "Maryam Nawaz to contest Pakistan General Elections". www.khaleejtimes.com. Retrieved 14 July 2018.
  9. "Birthday wishes pour in as Maryam turns 44". The Nation. 30 October 2017. Retrieved 14 July 2018.
  10. "Blessed to be standing beside my father: Maryam Nawaz | The Express Tribune". The Express Tribune. 12 July 2018. Retrieved 14 September 2018.