The heartthrob of a million Pakistani girls, the future Chieftain of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, Junaid Safdar is finally getting married. As per journalist Sohail Warraich, Maryam Nawaz’s son is officially off the market.
Junaid, who has been studying in the UK for a long time, is the son of Nawaz Sharif’s daughter Maryam Nawaz and Captain (R) Safdar. Journalist Sohail Warraich wrote a column for the BBC in which he made these revelations.
Warraich says that Nawaz Sharif has been spending a lot of time in his Park Lane flat in the UK. While also dealing with party politics, Nawaz has been focusing on family affairs as well. The first thing on his agenda is his grandson’s marriage.
Junaid Safdar, reportedly, is getting married to a girl from Qatar. The girl belongs to the family of Saif-ur-Rehman, who works with the National Accountability Bureau (NAB). It is also being said that Ex-PM Nawaz Sharif has arranged the marriage himself, while also selecting the girl for his grandson.
Junaid’s future wife is from Saif-ur-Rehman’s family
His brother Shehbaz Sharif and daughter Maryam Nawaz, both of whom are in Pakistan, remain in constant contact with the face of Panama Leaks in Pakistan. Junaid Safdar has long remained the crush of many Pakistani girls, and it seems, he is finally off the market. As per journalist and analyst Chaudhary Ghulam Hussain, the girl pictured below is allegedly Junaid Safdar’s future wife. The girl belongs to a very rich family, just as Junaif himself.
It is still unknown who exactly the girl is or what her name is. However, Sohail Warraich is certain that she belongs to Mr. Saif-ur-Rehman’s family, just as Chaudhry Ghulam Hussain. Previously, Junaid Safdar had gotten into a brawl with a PTI supporter in the UK after his family was abused. Junaid was also arrested by the London police for attacking the PTI supporter.
The ‘party boy’ of PML-N has a political future ahead as well. With his mother in the race to become Pakistan’s future Prime Minister, surely, Junaid would take up a role as well. That is if the PML-N returns to power.