Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif is a Pakistani businessman and politician who served as the prime minister of Pakistan for three non-consecutive terms. Sharif is the longest-serving prime minister of Pakistan having served a total of more than 9 years. Born into the upper-middle class Sharif family in Lahore, Sharif is the son of Muhammad Sharif, the founder of Ittefaq and Sharif Group. He is the elder brother of Shehbaz Sharif, who also served as the chief minister of Punjab. According to the Election Commission of Pakistan, Sharif is the one of the wealthiest men in Pakistan, with an estimated net worth of at least 1.6 billion Pakistani rupees. Most of Sharif's wealth originates from his businesses in steel construction. Before entering politics in the 1970s, Sharif studied business at Government College and law at the University of Punjab. In 1981, Sharif was appointed by President Zia as the minister of finance for the province of Punjab.
|Born:||Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, December 25, 1949, Lahore, Pakistan|
|Political party:||Pakistan Muslim League (before 1988), Islami Jamhoori Ittehad 1988–1993, Pakistan Muslim League (N) 1993–2018|
|Children:||Maryam, Hussain, Hassan, Asma|
|Relatives:||See Sharif family|
|Alma mater:||Govt. College University, University of the Punjab|
|President:||Asif Ali Zardari, Mamnoon Hussain|
|Preceded by:||Mir Hazar Khan Khoso|
|Succeeded by:||Shahid Khaqan Abbasi|
|IMDb:||Nawaz Sharif's IMDb|
About Nawaz Sharif
Pakistani politician who was a member of the Pakistan Muslim League before taking office as the Prime Minister of Pakistan for the fourth time in June 2013.
He earned a degree in business from Government College University before studying law at the University of Punjab.
He has amassed a large wealth, which earned him the nickname the Lion of Punjab.
He and his wife Begum Kalsoom have three children: Maryam, Hassan, and Hussain.
He followed in the footsteps of Zulfikar Bhutto by becoming Pakistan's Prime Minister.
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