Name: Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif
Nick Name: Kuggo (Lion )
Born City: Lahore
Birth Date: 25 December 1949
Profession : Politician
Height : 5 feet 8 inchs
College/University, : GC University Lahore,Punjab University Lahore
Degree: Art and business ,Law
Father Name: Mian Muhammad Sharif
Mother Name: Shamim Akhtar
Spouse/Partner: Kalsoom Nawaz Sharif
Siblings: Abbas Sharif ,Shehbaz Sharif
Children: Maryam Nawaz, , Asma Nawaz Sharif,Hussain Nawaz Sharif, Hassan Nawaz Sharif
Imran Khan (PTI)
siraj ul haq(Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistan)
Interesting Facts About Nawaz Sharif
He was very shy and a quiet student in his school life. He never spoke in class and did not answer the questions of his teachers, even knowing the answer of questions.
He has a lot of love for cricket. He was a good opening batsman. Ramiz Raja(Pakistani Crickter) confessed that Nawaz played for the same club as he played.
Nawaz as politician
Nawaz Sharif is famous Pakistani politician and businessman . He is leader of Pakistan Muslim League (N) partyPMLN.This party was founded in 17 August 1988. He was elected 1 time as Chief Minister of Punjab and 3 times as Prime Minister of Pakistan.Now He is Known Ex-Prime Minister of Pakistan.
1985 to 1990 (Chief Minister)
1st November 1990 to 18th July 1993 (Prime Minister)
17th February 1997 to 12th October 1999 (Prime Minister)
1st June 2013 to 28 July 2017 (Prime Minister)
- He implemented several policies to promote privatization and liberalization of the economy.
- He introduced policies to accelerate the growth of industrialization, increase private savings.
- Nuclear tests in May 1998
- Construction of Motorways in pakistan
- CPEC(China–Pakistan Economic Corridor)
- Metro bus Project in 3 cities
- Metro Train in Lahore
- Fastest Rising Economy in 2017
- Laptop, Yellow Taxi Scheme
- PSL(Pakistan Super League)
- Laptop, Yellow Taxi Schemes
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- “Nawaz Sharif in 2008”. Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. 18 August 2008. Retrieved 15 September 2012.