Junaid to settle in Pakistan to assist Maryam in politics


Maryam Nawaz Sharif’s son Junaid Safdar is set to reach Pakistan to settle there permanently.

Sources have confirmed that Maryam Nawaz will return to Pakistan in two weeks, while her son Junaid and his wife Ayesha Saif will reach Pakistan on Friday from Doha. Nawaz Sharif and Maryam Nawaz left for Geneva on Wednesday afternoon from London to spend a week there.

Junaid Safdar accompanied his mother and grandfather on their three-week European visit in October and November. As Nawaz Sharif and Maryam Nawaz touched down in Geneva, Junaid and his wife Ayesha were preparing to leave for Pakistan from Doha, Qatar.

The couple reached Doha a week ago and stayed at Ayesha Saif’s house. A source confirmed that the couple would be shifting to Pakistan permanently to assist Maryam Nawaz in her political activities.

Junaid Safdar, a Cambridge graduate, has two Master’s and two Bachelor’s degrees from UK universities. Maryam is expected to return to the country in about a week after her Geneva visit. However, Nawaz Sharif’s return has yet to be finalised.