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Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif
Prime Minister of Pakistan
Born: 25 December 1949 (age 63)
Profession: Politician, Business Man
Affiliation(s): PML-N
Citizenship: Pakistani
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Profile Profile
Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif  is a Pakistani politician and industrialist who is serving as the current Prime Minister of Pakistan for the third term, previously having been Pakistan's 12th and 14th Prime Minister for two non-consecutive terms from November 1990 to July 1993 and from February 1997 to October 1999 respectively. Sharif is the president of Pakistan Muslim League (N), which is currently Pakistan's largest political party, and has formed the government. As the owner of Ittefaq Group, a leading business conglomerate, he is also one of the country's wealthiest men. He is commonly known as the "Lion of the Punjab" or "Tiger of Pakistan."

Sharif rose to prominence as part of General Zia-ul-Haq's military regime in the 1980s under the wing of Governor of Punjab Ghulam Jilani Khan. He was appointed Chief Minister of Punjab by Zia in 1985. After Zia's death and Benazir Bhutto's being elected Prime Minister in 1988, Sharif emerged as opposition leader from the conservative Pakistan Muslim League. When Benazir was dismissed by President Ghulam Ishaq Khan in 1990 on corruption charges, Sharif was elected Prime Minister the same year. But relations between Sharif and Ghulam Ishaq too deteriorated, with Ghulam Ishaq attempting to dismiss Sharif on similar charges. Sharif successfully challenged the President's decision in the Supreme Court, but both men were ultimately persuaded to step down in 1993 by army chief Abdul Waheed Kakar.

Serving as the Leader of the Opposition during Benazir's second tenure, Sharif was re-elected Prime Minister with a historic two-thirds majority in parliament, after Benazir was again dismissed for corruption by new President Farooq Leghari.[8] Sharif replaced Leghari with Rafiq Tarar as President, then stripped the Presidency of its powers by passing the Thirteenth Amendment. He also controversially ordered Pakistan's first nuclear tests in response to neighbouring India's second nuclear tests. When Western countries suspended foreign aid, Sharif froze the country's foreign currency reserves to prevent further capital flight, but this only worsened economic conditions.

With rising unemployment and record foreign debt, Sharif's second term also saw tussles with the judiciary and army. After Sharif was summoned for contempt by the Supreme Court in 1997, party workers attacked the court and Chief Justice Syed Sajjad Ali Shah. Sharif also fell out with army chief Jehangir Karamat and replaced him with Pervez Musharraf in 1998, but after Pakistan's haphazard performance in the Kargil War, relations between the two also deteriorated. When he attempted to relieve Musharraf from his command on 12 October 1999, the army instead ousted Sharif's government, exiling him to Saudi Arabia.

Sharif returned in 2007, and his party contested elections in 2008, forming the provincial government in Punjab under Sharif's brother Shahbaz until 2013. He successfully called for Musharraf's impeachment and the reinstatement of Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry. Between 2008 and 2013, Sharif was in opposition. In the 2013 Pakistani general election, his party achieved the largest number of votes and he formed a coalition to become the 18th Prime Minister of Pakistan, returning to the position after fourteen years, in a democratic transition, for an unprecedented third time.

Early life and education
Nawaz Sharif was born in the upper-middle class Sharif family in Lahore, Punjab on 25 December 1949. The Sharif family are Punjabis of Kashmiri origin. His father, Muhammad Sharif, was an upper middle-class businessman and industrialist who had migrated from Amritsar district to Pakistan during the 1947 Indian partition. His father followed the teachings of the Ahl al-Hadith.[14] His family owns Ittefaq Group, a multimillion dollar steel conglomerate and Sharif Group, a conglomerate company with holdings in agriculture, transport and sugar mills. He is married to Kalsoom Nawaz Sharif. His brother Shahbaz Sharif is the incumbent Chief Minister of Punjab province while his nephew Hamza Shahbaz Sharif is a member of the National Assembly. His daughter Maryam Nawaz is also in politics and a leader of his party. The personal residence of the Sharif family, Raiwind Palace, is located in Jati Umra, Raiwind on the outskirts of Lahore.

He went to Saint Anthony High School. He graduated from the Government College University, Lahore with an art and business degree and then received a law degree from the Punjab University Law College.

Political life
Nawaz Sharif, who remained a member of the Punjab Provincial Council for sometime, joined the Punjab cabinet as finance minister in 1981. He raised the allocation of funds for the development of rural areas to 70 per cent of the Annual Development Programme of the province. He also held the portfolio of sports and was able to reorganise the sports activities in the province.

In the party-less general elections of 1985, Nawaz Sharif won with an overwhelming majority both in the national and provincial assembly election. On April 9, 1985, he was sworn-in as Punjab chief minister.

On May 31, 1988, he was appointed caretaker chief minister after dismissal of assemblies by General Ziaul Haq. He was again elected as chief minister after the 1988 general elections and massive uplift of Murree and Kahuta was undertaken during his term as the Punjab chief minister.

On November 6, 1990, Nawaz Sharif was sworn-in as prime minister of Pakistan after the Islami Jamhoori Ittehad (Islamic Democratic Alliance) or IJI won the October 1990 elections. However, he could not complete his five-year term and was dismissed by President Ghulam Ishaq Khan in April 1993. He was reinstated by the Supreme Court but had to resign along with the president on July 18, 1993.

His party was defeated by the Pakistan People’s Party in the general elections of 1993. However, Sharif was appointed as leader of the opposition in the National Assembly till its dissolution in November 1996.

During his tenure as the prime minister, efforts were made to strengthen the industries with the help of private sector and projects like Ghazi Brotha and Gwadar Miniport were initiated. Land was distributed among landless peasants in Sindh. Relations with the Central Asian Republics were strengthened and the Economic Cooperation Organisation was given a boost. In an attempt to end the Afghan crisis, the Islamabad Accord was reached between various Afghan factions. His most important contribution was the economic progress despite the US sanctions on Pakistan through the Pressler Amendment.

Pakistan Muslim League again won the elections held in February 1997 and Nawaz Sharif was again elected as prime minister with an overwhelming majority on February 17, 1997. He remained in power till being overthrown by General Pervez Musharraf on October 12, 1999.

Taking advantage of his absolute majority in the National Assembly, he added a landmark in the constitutional history of Pakistan by repealing the controversial Eighth Amendment. The Thirteenth Constitutional Amendment stripped the president of his powers, under Article 52(b) of the Eighth Amendment, to dismiss the prime minister and dissolve the National Assembly.

Nawaz Sharif added another feather to his cap when the Parliament adopted the anti-defection law as Fourteenth Amendment Bill. His development venture of the Lahore-Islamabad Motorway was appreciated by a segment of the society while others criticised it for being an extravagance for a developing country.

Relationship with Chief Justice and President
During his second tenure, his working relationship with the apex court severed and his differences with Chief Justice Sajjad Ali Shah became public. He also developed an uneasy relationship with President Farooq Leghari, who had earlier been his major political opponent. With the adoption of the Thirteenth Amendment, the president was on a direct collision course with the prime minister. A few months later, this and the dramatic confrontation with the judiciary culminated in the removal of Chief Justice Sajjad Ali Shah and on December 2, 1997, the resignation of President Farooq Leghari.

Nuclear Blasts

In 1998, the world powers exerted pressure on him for not testing nuclear devises but he rejected the pressure and conducted the nuclear tests on May 28, 1998, making Pakistan first nuclear power among the Islamic countries. It was in direct response to five nuclear tests by India just two weeks earlier.

Relations between Pakistan and India
However, later Sharif attempted to normalise relations between India and Pakistan. He took an initiative in February 1999 and Indian Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee visited Lahore via bus through Wagah border in 1999 and the two leaders signed historical Lahore Declaration.

Kargil Conflict
In May 1999, relations between Pakistan and India once again became bitter because of Kargil War. The latest conflict between the two nuclear powers posed a threat to the South Asia region. However, after the intervention of international community, particularly US President Bill Clinton, talks resumed between India and Pakistan.

Military coup
On October 12, 1999, the government headed by Nawaz Sharif was overthrown in a military coup. Controversy over the Kargil operation, corruption charges and the so-called plane hijacking conspiracy case are considered to be the main reasons for his ouster.

After an extensive trial, Nawaz Sharif was charged and found guilty in the ‘plane hijacking conspiracy’ case. On request of the Saudi Royal family, the Pakistan government exiled him to Saudi Arabia along with the whole Sharif family on December 20, 2000.


Return to Pakistan in 2007 after forced Exile
He moved to the UK in 2006 from where he attempted to come back to Pakistan on September 10, 2007 but was again deported to Saudi Arabia the same day. Finally, he landed in Lahore on November 25, 2007 along with the whole family. Several cases of corruption against him are still pending decision in local courts.

Assassination of Benazir Bhutto
On 27 December, in a CNN interview just hours after the assassination of former Pakistan Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, Sharif said:“It is not a sad day, it is a dark, darkest, gloomiest day in the history of this country.
Sharif called Bhutto his sister and vowed to avenge her death

2008 Elections
On Monday, 18 February the PML (N) dominated the Punjab assembly and won 68 seats out of 272 from the National Assembly finishing second, directly behind the PPP (Bhutto/Zardari's party) at 88. However, after adding the reserved seats for women and minorities, total number rose to 91. The results became clear on 19 February. His massive victory in Punjab was met by a festive mood. Later that day in a press conference he said that he would welcome the political leaders back to the parent party who had left his party and joined the PML (Q). Former Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Asif Ali Zardari, the husband of slain former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto told 21 February 2008 their parties will work together in the national parliament after scoring big wins in the 2008 election.
On Tuesday, 26 February 2008, Nawaz announced that he and his brother Shabaz Sharif would run in by-elections upcoming in the country within the next few weeks, to become Members of Parliament, since they have no restrictions against them. the PML (N) left it to the PPP to chose a Prime Minister, since they agreed on forming a coalition government.

Cricketer
Nawaz Sharif was a cricketer and played a first class game in the 1973-74 season representing Pakistan Railways.

Family
Muhammad Nawaz Sharif is married with four children, two sons and two daughters. His elder son Hussain Nawaz is also married and settled in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and looking after the family business, whereas younger son Hassan Nawaz is settled in London and running his family business from there. His both daughters are married. Mariam Nawaz is married to Capt. (R) Safdar and younger is married with the son of Senator Ishaq Dar.

Third term as Prime Minister (2013–present)
On the 11th May 2013, the Pakistan Muslim League (N) won 126 seats in the national assembly. This was met with surprise by many political experts. He claimed a clinching victory, mainly in the Punjab. Sharif, in his victory speech on the night of the election said: "Through this vote and campaign I have felt how much love Pakistan has for me. And I have twice as much love for you. Thank God that he has given us the chance to help you, to help Pakistan, to help the young people. We will fulfill all the promises that we have made. Pray that we can make a government on our own, without compromises or have to lean on anyone else. Because if we have to ask for seats, we cannot make a strong government. We forgive anyone who has abused us along the way and we have not cursed anyone. We want to get Pakistan out of trouble. We have a program to change the state of Pakistan. We must make a decision to change this country. To all other parties, I say come and sit at the table."

Even before the result was announced, the PTI conceded victory. PTI leader Imran Khan congratulated Sharif on his victory in the elections.

After most of the results were counted, the ECP announced that the PML-N had 124 seats in Parliament. Because the Pakistan Muslim League (N) were 13 seats short of a 137-majority, Sharif had to form a coalition. Therefore, he began to hold talks with Independent candidates who were elected to Parliament. Sharif said he wanted to avoid having to form a coalition so as to have the strong government Pakistan needs at the present time, but because he was 13 seats short, he had to form a coalition.

On 19th May 2013, it was reported that Nawaz Sharif had secured a majority in Pakistan's national assembly after 18 independent candidates joined the party, allowing it to form government in the National Assembly without striking an alliance with any other party. The minimum needed was 13 independent candidates, but Sharif had managed to make an alliance with 5 more candidates, giving the PML-N a coalition government of 142 seats. After the coalition was announced, Nawaz Sharif stated that he wanted to take his oath as Prime Minister on the 28th of May, which is the 15th anniversary of when he had ordered Pakistan's first nuclear tests in 1998 as the Prime Minister.

Public image and legacy

Wealth and conglomerates
The industrialisation of the country was bestowed under the watchful eyes of the president Ayub Khan during the most of the 1960s.The industrial sector was destroyed by the nationalisation program of prime minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, in an attempt to secure the capital flight of country's investment to Eastern Europe. This program included the encroachment of Itefaq Group and many other large industries by Bhutto government Although the steel mill was returned in 1980 to Sharif family, but a havoc was already done by the nationalisation policy of the prime minister Bhutto.

In 2005, Daily Pakistan reported that Sharif family are the fourth wealthiest family and the second wealthiest political leaders in Pakistan with an estimated net worth of US$ 1.4 billion. The Sharif family is intensively playing their role in the industrial growth of the country and expanding the steel business empire by employing state-of-the-art technology in their steel business in Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and Middle east.

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Submited By: NRP
16 August 2014

I am a very liberal person and support no politician and the way I see, Nawaz Sharif maybe innocent but his brother Shehbaz Sharif and his son Hamza are insane. These guys do not deserve to be in parliment. If one would do a proper accountability, I can guarantee you that these jacks will be behind the bars.
It's a shame that in reality Nawaz League will die with Nawaz Sharif...
Submited By: sheikh rasheed munafiq
10 July 2014
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29 May 2014

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Submited By: Ali
17 May 2014
sir i am from Rawalpindi belongs to a very poor family, one year ago i borrow an amount of Rs 500,00,0/- (five lacs) from some one and Rs 200,00,0 (two lacs) of my widow sister, total of Rs 700,00,0/- ( seven lacs) i have invested with molvies in madarbah business to kill my & sister's poverty but sir unfortunately the company where i invested the amount has run out and i have lost all my amount. Now there is nothing in my hands to give to my widow sister or to those from which i have borrowed the amount. Sir this is now my humbly request to plz help me in the name of Allah as u can. Allah ap ko aur ap ki family ko hamesha khush aur abad rakhe aamin. Sir waiting for your sympathetic reply, thanks Allah ap ko aur ap ki family ko hamesha khush rakhe aamin
Submited By: Chris
05 May 2014
Dear Nawaz Sharif, can you please return our money that you have stolen from us?
Submited By: Ejaz Aslam
08 February 2014
Mian Muhammad Nawaz sharif realy a sincer with pakistan and i think he is only leader who can save pakistan from such a criminal government
Submited By: KAMAL BUTT
03 January 2014
AWAZ TV ??? KAY (T) KO GHOR SAY DAYKHAI,N!!!
Submited By: KAMAL BUTT
03 January 2014
AWAZ TV ??? KAY (T) KO GHOR SAY DAYKHAI,N!!!
Submited By: KAMAL BUTT
03 January 2014
AWAZ TV ??? KAY (T) KO GHOR SAY DAYKHAI,N!!!
Submited By: KAMAL BUTT
03 January 2014
AWAZ TV ??? KAY (T) KO GHOR SAY DAYKHAI,N!!!
Submited By: KAMAL BUTT
03 January 2014
AWAZ TV ??? KAY (T) KO GHOR SAY DAYKHAI,N!!!
Submited By: Muhammad Akram Bhatti
04 April 2013
I strongly wish his success in the coming general elections and then give an open invitation to Imran Khan to join him in the best interest of Pakistan and the Nations.

Further, I request Mian Nawaz Sharif to take care of the expatriates who have invested in Pakistan and some Kabza Groups are occupying their properties and I am one of them.

Rest discussion later-on

Muhammad Akram Bhatti
Submited By: Syed Waheed Hussain Shah
30 March 2013
Asalam O Aliqum Janb Mian Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif Sahab man Abbottabad me rahta hon. Mare pas aik Mobile Accessors ki wollsale ki dokan ha. Mara 1 parnar ta wo mojh as dokan me pansa kar gya ha. Hamare jab Partnership toti to moje Mokfalef parties ka 100000 dana par gya ta. Total Parties me se ab sarf 2 parties ki Pasy dane han Jo Takreban 200000 ke karib han. Aor wo parties mje tang kar rhe han. Mare Father Port Qasim Se retether Han. Lakan mare bhat zayda naksan ke wjh se jo mje mare partner ne dya ha naraz han aor mje pasy nahan dye rhe han. Sir Agr ap mje ye 200000 batory Qaraz dyan ya Ap mje atna passa dan ke me apne kam ko mzed barha sakoon to Allah ap ke Dnya aor Akrat asan karan.
My name is Syed Waheed Hussain Shah
Mob Number 03135923523
Submited By: Muhammad Sajjad
30 March 2013
Asalam-o-Alaikum
Sir main islamabad main Elaction campan chalana chahta hon ic kay laiya main kuch bolan lay kr oc par campan chalaown oc kay laiya mujy Mian Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif sahab ki Hlep ki zarorat ha plz agr maiyra on say contect ho jay to main on kay sath tafsel say bat kar sakon or kam start kar sakon
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Submited By: muhammad jamil baqar (lata)
07 March 2013
nawaz sarif is bast sir ma ap ki prth ma kam karna chata how
Submited By: muhammad jamil baqar (lata)
07 March 2013
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Submited By: s7To
18 December 2012
kuch tander khel ,kalabagh(mianwali) janab ap mere ideal hain aur meri dua hai k 2013 k intekhabag main ap kamyab hoon aur main khud bhi koshish karon ga by the way main aik normal admi hoon no job,no politics but a little business of movie maker and the man most visited by our people so i will try for your best.03347651831
Submited By: Muhammad Irfan Khan.
04 December 2012
mian nawz sharif ka neshan jab tractor tha main jab bhe saporter tha or ab bhe hoon. mian sb. tamam political parties main sab say behter hain . pmln ko fiver year zaroor milnay gay inshallah.
Submited By: Muhammad Irfan Khan.
04 December 2012
mian nawaz sharif pakistan k wahid leader hain jo is wakat most papular hain or tamam parties ko milla kar pakistan ko aagay le kar ja saktay hain. allah mian nawaz sharif ko pakistan ke khedmat karnay k leya hundred year ke zindage day. aameen.
Submited By: Asghar Bhatti
24 October 2012
Mian Sb, you and your little brother Shahbaz Sharif please come out and save Pakistan so that we can come out of this hopeless condition of Pakistan. And exile Zardari and Imran Khan and other this kind of politicians from Pakistan.
Submited By: Vicky
04 October 2012
I feel solid leadership ought 2B given chance to comeup (backed by 2-party sys here, exists in US) Have to admire Pakistan Vision & Charter of Democracy signed by two parties. I only hope Imran Khan & other concerned parties can join in seat-adj with PML-N to give strengh to a 2-party sys in Pakistan. PML-N must send their representatives in generally open Peace-march to Waziristan in early Oct'12 (for strategic reasons only in the interest of Pakistan).
Submited By: Alaudin khan Khattak'*'.
27 September 2012
Mr Nawaz Sharif is a leader i agree with this but he also deceive the country several of time in the Zardari tenure i asked question from him that he known zardari why he made a collusion partner with him. This question clear that they fight our for our self nor for country'*'.
Submited By: Fazlerahman
10 September 2012
Salam!
i like mian mohammad nawaz sharif too much due to its patience , sincerity, honest and rather emotional which is the true sprite of islam. i would to reach my message to nawaz sharif khan. thanx.
Submited By: Mahboob Ali
18 August 2012
Dear Mr. Nwawz Sharif
I always defending the arguments comming from the different people during the different public sittings/meetings at our levels. This is only being done as a well wisher of my Great Country "Pakistan" becasue I have some memories about the efforts and successes of the PML N towards the country's greater interests,like:
-Upgradation of country's infrastructure
-Drastic improvement in the communication sector
(perticularly "Optic Fiber" a faster
communcation)
-Building of new Air Ports/Terminals (Lahore &
Karachi)
-Gawader Port
-Improvements in private sector (Building of the
confidence)
-Ghazi Brotha "Power project"
-Developments of "Defence Projects"

Many more are well known examples can be given
of your team's performances but I will leave it
for next session.
But please look at my todays hamble
request/suggestion:
I am not direct beneficiary of PML N, so being a well wisher of the party I will say,Please give the chances to other(capable & honest)parties members/leadership to hold the high"Govenment Offices" to grow the party itself and the country as well, sure you will get more
respect and honour from the party and also from the people(Nationwide and Internationally).Your leadership will be more stronger at levels and would be substantially appriciated by all segments of the society.
Few examples are:
Ishaq Dar
Ahsan Iqbal
Saad Rafique
Sardar Ayaz Sadiq
Siddique Al Farooq
Sardar Mahtab Abbasi
Perviz Rashid
Submited By: Mahdi Shah
20 June 2012
aslam o alekum
Sir we are requesting you that, plz select Mr: MUMTAZ ALI BHUTTO for PM of pakistan in coming election. sir hamari aap se request he k aap coming elections men hamare muhtaram MUMTAZ ALI BHUTTO SAHAB ko PM ki seat de, ye hamare or balochon ki khuwahish he.
Submited By: ZARIAWAN
07 June 2012
MIAN SAHAB HISTORY K SB SA BARAY 2 JALSAY KR DO AK KARACHI MA LIYARI PLAVE MA AK ISLAMABAD MA SARI AWAN KO GATHER KARO R SINDH K WADARO KO APNAYY HAT KARO SINDH MA JEYA SINDH PARTY KO APNAYY HAT KARO PAK ARMY SA HATT MILA LO AGENCY SA HAT MILA LO MT DARO KISI SA TM MUSALMAN HO TIGER HO LIYARI MA UZAIR BALOCH SA HAT MILA LO AK JALSA LAHORE MA BHI KAR DO LAKIN WO FAHASHI SA PAK HO BAY HAYYAI NA HONI CHHAYYA WAHAN PA
Submited By: tahir raza jan
01 June 2012
Mian sahib qadam berhao raza ap k sath ha
Submited By: muhammad yousaf
16 May 2012
ONLY ONE I M ENGINEER BY PROFESSION I MAKE THE CALCULATION AND I FOUND THAT I PAY MORE INCOME TAX THAN NAWAZ HOW THIS CAN BE JUSTIFIED AS I M DOING JOB AND HAVE NO FACTORIES SHAME FOR US PLZ TRY TO CHANGE TO SAVE PAKISTAN FOR OUR KIDS
Submited By: muhammad yousaf
16 May 2012
afsoos ye hamara leader hai siasat jaesy pakkeza kaam me aaney k baad buisnees; its not fair pakistaanis wealth looted from pakistan and set industries in foreign kia yaha berozgaari khatum hogai allah se dua hai k is kaum par rahem farmay jahan leaders ki apni fatories to khoob chale aur kaum booke se mary afssos sad afsoos allah k haan der hai ander nai wait for insaaf God is the best judge
Submited By: TALAL AHMAD
01 May 2012
Mian sb there was a time in late nineties i was great fan of ur politics, but after rating your performance i am convinced that you are also person of status co as other politicians.You have not enough ability to change the entire system of country for well being of poor people. It is the reason that Pakistani youth has decided to go with IMRAN KHAN who is looking to be the only hope to revert the entire status co.
Submited By: khan
15 February 2012
u r***bastard u killed lots of our soldiers in kargil for no reason u***idiot u r useless son of bitch u only want money and power also u support corrupt ppl and corrupt urself how much more money do u need but remember u wont take it with u to grave how long u r gona live do u know it be afraid of God death has to come to everybody what u r gona do in the other world how u r gona repay to 18 crore people
Submited By: adeelamin
15 January 2012
mian nawaz sharif sahab ap hi wo leader hain jo pakistan ko is mushkil se nikal sakti hai mian sahab main ap ki party ke liye kam kar raha ho or ek bar ap se milne ki khahish rakhta ho
Submited By: naachiz
05 January 2012
If anyone wants to know who is on the right path, see who is being targeted by the ENEMIES of ISLAM, ENEMIES of the STATE and ENEMIES of the NATION.

Mr. Nawaz Shareef is being targeted by;

1. The Establishment
2. The PPP
3. The US
4. The PTI
5. The MQM
and
Almost by every other political party.

Why?
Submited By: Sumbal
04 January 2012
Mian sahib jis tarhan motorway or atomic power banaya isi tarhan electricity ki bhi umeed ap se hi hai .
Submited By: malik
31 December 2011
nawaz sherif saab i like your idea to give laptops to young peoples
Submited By: Imran.Butt.London
21 December 2011
Mian sahib;Please settle in London where your all wealth and property and leave politics on IMRAN KHAN.
Submited By: asad butt
14 December 2011
very very nice person
Submited By: Aamir
20 November 2011
Our brainless politician and two times prime minister who is always surrounded by a flattering crowd (politicians), dreaming to be a life time prime minister of Pakistan. I wonder! how some brainy people glorify him above his stature.
Submited By: Sohail Khan
13 November 2011
Mian is a paper tiger and can not handle pressure. He is not a leader who went through the process but was manufactured in the labs of generals to counter PPP. The true leaders in Pak history have been Jinnah, Bhutto and now Imran Khan!
Submited By: Ghufran Amjad
13 November 2011
plz help me i am a poor man my father is old man he could not work i build my house so plz give ma 4 lack i am very thanks full to you

M.Ghufran
Mobile 03215425976

plz plz help me
Submited By: moon
13 November 2011
wel done mian sab keep it up dont worry we all with u
Submited By: makhan
11 November 2011
WEL DONE MIAN
Submited By: Muhammad Ahmed Mughal
09 November 2011
Mian Muhammad Nawaz sharif realy a sincer with pakistan and i think he is only leader who can save pakistan from such a criminal government plz you take the pakistan and gujranwala with you
we love u mian sab GOD bless u
Submited By: mohd imran
30 October 2011
we love u mian sab GOD bless u
Submited By: javed iqbal
30 October 2011
the greatest leader of pakistan history after mohammad ali jinnah
Submited By: shafiq janjua
25 September 2011
Dear Mian M. Nawaz Sharif. I was never concerned with your performance in politics but you and your brother are my favorite leaders. i met you couple of times in Masjid-e-Nabwi sharif but we never met otherwise. I learnd about you and your family through books and through one of your close friend Mr. Ahsan iqbal. The best part of your personality and your family, is/was that your were very much obdient to your parents. Being muslim, I have a strong believe that Allah is surely happy with any person if his parents are happy with him. so, in my opinion you and your family is blessed with Allah's pleasure. If Allah is happy with any one of us, then pleasure of God will keep us on right track. I am supporter to anybody, any party, any group, any person, who is trying to work for the welfare of my countrymen. I have noticed, you and your party are not preparing well for forthcoming elections. Imran Khan will take part from your votes. he will not win but you will loose because of this factor. You must speak to JI and try to make understand PTI that we all may loose if contested Election separately. So, you must join hands, imran Khan is sincere, but he doesn't know and not understanding, that PPP is using him to share your votes in next election. Different agencies are being used to fool Imran khan. Mr. M.Shahbaz is doing great efforts in punjab and he is not free but you must visit Bulochistan as soon as possible, Murder of Mr. Akbar bugti was one of the greatest crime in our history. You please go there for solidarity and sympathy. they are our brothers and sisters. You have to work hard in Sind. Ordinary sindhis are suffering there like most of the natives are suffering in all over the pakistan. Be fair and honest with them and present a good manifesto to tham and to our Balochi natives and to KPK natives too. You do your work honestly and there is no need to look and explore the bad aspects of the other parties. You do good and honestly. God will help you.
These days, Americans are again going against us and that too very rudely. common Americans are not aware of this situation. Why don't we publish all the facts in leading Newspapers there in US on payment. we can highlight the facts that how much we have suffered because of the war against terrorism. and this war is being fought just because US want to fight against the terrorsit. this is not our war in fact. Our economy, peace, safety, education, business, security, expenditures, investments, Army, and what not, we have suffered more than any country in the world. Why we would like to support any Haqani group. we are not fools to invite further more troubles to our country and countrymen who all are already under very poor conditions. we must high light all of these factors(with statistics) in US newspaper so that common Americans will understand what is going on !!! I know you are not poor man and you can easily budget the bills. After all you are a Pakistani and you love your country. don't you? Go ahead please. Do some efforts for the country, for the people you are leading. Pakistan zindabad
Submited By: Malik
02 September 2011
Zardari and Nawaz Shairf are the same they came here to make money and will run back to London and Jeddah. they are sailing the same boat. bal lagwa ka bhe akal nahe aye ganjay ko. Ganjay ki bati bhag gaye captain Safdar ka saath per pher bhe doob ka nahe mara ya ganja.
Submited By: younas
01 September 2011
mohtram jnab mian nawaz shareef sahib salam bohat khushi hui ke app ke bare mein takreeban maximum logon ki achi ray he to ap plz thora sa zid ko chor kar syasat kar lein app koshish karin dusri muslam legoon ko bi sath milain our aista asita un mein se gandi machliyoon ko bahir nikal phenkain our sindh karachi ki taraf bi hold karne ki koshish karien aap leader bohat ache hein allah apko our app ke khandan ko appni hifzo imman mein rakhy (aameen)
note: MQM KI BJAY DUSRI SYASSI PARTYOON SE ITHAD KARNE KA SOCHIN MQM APPKO SYASAT NEIN KARNE DEY GY USKA HSAB LALCI KUTY WALA HE PAKISTAN ZINDAH ABAD
Submited By: farooq ahmad
29 August 2011
he is dynamic and true leader that' he is always in the heart of people.
Submited By: abid uk
20 August 2011
he is dishonest man and he is playing with Pakistani public and invested his black money in UK
Submited By: Muhammad Afzal
13 August 2011
All the Corrupt parties combined against you. But you should have to try make a grand Alliance. May Allah Help you & your party in all the matters.
Submited By: Muhammad Afzal
13 August 2011
All the Corrupt parties combined against you. But you should have to try make a grand Alliance. May Allah Help you & your party in all the matters.
Submited By: MUHAMMAD ZUBAIR
13 August 2011
Mian sb we are looking for you.all devel forces are combined against you.but you have to go through.may Allah help you
Submited By: Muhammad Siddique butt
08 August 2011
Mian Muhammad Nawaz sharif realy a sincer with pakistan and i think he is only leader who can save pakistan from such a criminal government
Submited By: Karam Rasul
24 July 2011
I supported Mian Nawaz Sharif for fifteen years, however now I feel that he should retire from politics and leave it to Imran Khan.
Submited By: anwar khan
24 July 2011
A greatest leader of great PAKISTAN MAIN sab ap k jo log tv talk show main jatay hain pls unko pory tayary kerwa ker bhaija karain wo apko thik tara defand nai kertay but wo ap k mukhlis sathy hain ALLAH ap ka hamy o nasir ho..AMIN
Submited By: saba malik
24 July 2011
mian sahib i like u soooooo much but plssss ek request hy k ap pls apni recent polices zror clear karin jo bhavior ajkal apka or apki part ka hy us sy ap k vote bank ko bht losse ho rha hy plssss plssss plsss its request from all of ur party workers k apni position clear ksarin k ap kya krna cha rahy ho ppp k again ho k sath ho ap plsss define it clearly im liveed in spain ur prsonal prsnelity r v good but is time pakistan ko bht zrort hy ek ache ledarship ki or ap ka vote bank imran khan k sath devied ho rha hy plssss kuda k liya apni party policy bettr karin . mujy pta hy k ap ko my b advise thek na lgy but im great fan of u and also pml-n plssss do someting plssss mian sahib main bht choti hoti the tub sy hi apki fan hun but is time hmary country ko apki bht zrort hy plssss ye request hum sub pakistaniyon ki traf sy hy apko with great respect.
Submited By: ashfaq ahmad khokhar
23 May 2010
mian nawaz sharif sab aap say mera phala rabta hai maghar mera pml.n ka bohat purana karkun huon allha aap ko bahot lamme umar daay our pakistan kay liyay bahot kaam kareen ameen
Submited By: faizan
22 May 2010
mian nawaz shareef is extremely good leader
Submited By: qazi anwar
25 March 2010
future hope to make change the old system 4 the nation
Submited By: abdul rehman orgazi
19 February 2010
This letter is from orgazi agency that why have you stoped the operation against the orgazi agency. People who have left their homes for the operation are forced by the terrorist to return back or else they will take over their property and belongings.Terrorist mulla toofan noor jamal and commander syed khan are telling people that there will be no operation carried in the village and telling people to return back. They both live in the mamuzi village. All the sucide bombers are trained in mamuzi and kuza aair. And all the sucide bombings over Pakistan are operated from this two places.All the terrorist of waziristan are also hidden in orgazi agency mamuzi. These places are the main area of sucide bomber traning camps.and even al qaida is in this places.mulla toofan noor jamals brother abdul hamid is in dubai in al awir garage in bab al madina in bab khaiber in a small masjid where he is planning to take people and train them as terrorist and he is also forcing people to give him their half salaries. This is our humble request to please take some action and start this operation as soon as possible and if you don’t help us then we will ask other countries to help.
Submited By: Nasir
30 January 2010
Mian Sb .Please you are great leader but make it sure that you are not being trapped by ppp. Please do not rely on these people and unite all the parties against ppp so that vote of right may not divide in coming elections. May Allah help you
Submited By: Haroon Azeem
25 January 2010
Mr. Nawaz Sharif, like judicial judgments with concept of necessity leads to dictatorships jeopardizing future of Pakistani People, polictics with concept of necessity and not principal will also lead to disastor of worst kind. If you have love for Pakistan and its people as you claim, you will honor the good will GOD has afforded you among Pakistani People and do what is right by challenging the corrupt government headed by the most corrupt person in the country. Morality and norms of our socitey is more important than 10 Parliaments like this if we have to change it every second year. GOD help you to see the truth.
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