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Maryam Nawaz declares assets exceeding PKR 840 Million

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The former first-daughter and PML(N) leader Maryam Nawaz Sharif has declared that her assets amount to a total of PKR 845 million ($6 970 000) in her nomination papers for the upcoming general elections scheduled to be held on 25th July, 2018.

Maryam Nawaz owns 1 506 kinals of land and has invested in millions in other businesses

Daughter of former Prime Minister, Maryam Nawaz Sharif who has submitted her nomination papers from NA-125, NA-127 and PP-173 constituencies revealed that she is a shareholder in Chaudhry Sugar Mills Limited, Hamza Spinning Mills Limited, Muhammad Buksh Textile Mills Limited, Hudabiya Papers Mills Limited and Hudabiya Engineering Co Private Limited.

Furthermore, she also owns 1 506 kanals irrigation land, which have increased by 548 kanals in the last three years.

Maryam also disclosed that she invested PKR 3.4 million in her family flour mills and had lent a loan worth PKR 7 million to Soft Energy Private Limited. She also stated that she currently owns gifts and jewellery worth PKR 40 million and 1.7 million respectively.

Moreover, Maryam shared that her brother Hasan Nawaz had also given her a loan of Rs 20 million.

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Maryam Nawaz is the daughter of former Prime Minister of Pakistan Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif

“I don’t even have any properties in Pakistan, let alone in London,” Maryam had previously stated

In the wake of Panama Papers, Maryam Nawaz stated in an interview to ARY News that she doesn’t have any properties in London or in Pakistan. She further said that she lives with her father and her family doesn’t own any properties abroad.

She also said that if they (Imran Khan) can prove that these properties actually belong to her then she’ll happily admit to owning them.

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