Nawaz Sharif Net Worth 2018

- March 30, 2018
Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif is a Pakistan businessman and politician who served as the Leading Minister of Pakistan from 2013 until he was disqualified for lifetime from office by the Supreme Judge of Pakistan in 2017.
Nawaz Sharif
Nawaz Sharif

 He had previously offered as the PM twice in the 90s (1990-93 and 1997-99) and the Chief Minister of Punjab from 1985 to 1990. He is Pakistan's longest-serving prime minister.

Early Life
Sharif was born in Lahore, Punjab on 25 Dec 1949. The Sharif family are Punjabis of Kashmiri area. His dad, Muhammad Sharif, was an upper-middle-class entrepreneur and industrialist whose family experienced emigrated from Anantnag in Kashmir for business, and finally resolved in the town of Jati Umra in Amritsar area, Punjab at the start of the 20th Century. His mother's family originated from Pulwama. Following the activity led by Jinnah and his battle to create Pakistan in 1947, his parents migrated from Amritsar to Lahore.


After doing his education he became involved with his family business that was performing perfectly. However, when the Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto integrated nationalization plans in 1972, the Sharif family's material business went in to the hands of the federal government. His family was devastated at the increased loss of their flourishing business. Young Nawaz was quite definitely angered by this and made a decision to become a member of politics in a bet to reclaim his lost business. He eventually re-established his business which once more became very successful.

Across the board accountability is necessary for the solidarity, integrity and prosperity of Pakistan.
This is a very patriotic and peaceful people who have always worked for the wellbeing of Pakistan, this is an attempt to spread divisions in the country.
Net Worth
Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has an estimated net worth of $1.4 Billion, He own many factories, His father founded the Ittefaq Group of Industries which is today a largeest conglomerate dealing in steel, sugar, paper, and textiles.