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Details about Maryam Nawaz’s mind-blowing net worth revealed

In the revelation of her asset details submitted along with the nomination for the National Assembly seat NA-119 in Lahore, Maryam Nawaz, the Chief Organiser of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), unveiled a significant portfolio of wealth.

Maryam Nawaz, the Senior Vice President of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), has declared assets exceeding Rs842.58 million, according to a report by Geo News. In her nomination papers for the NA-119 constituency, Maryam disclosed ownership of over 1500 canals of land in Lahore, with her assets showing a modest increase of just over Rs 4 million in one year.

The documents also reveal that Maryam holds a Master’s degree in English Literature, does not own any vehicles, and has a debt of over Rs28.9 million owed to her brother Hassan Nawaz. Additionally, she stated possession of gold worth Rs1.75 million, over Rs10 million in various bank accounts, and shares valued at Rs12.2 million in different companies.

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On December 30, the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) approved Maryam’s nomination papers for various constituencies. A spokesperson for Maryam mentioned that while her papers were accepted for multiple Lahore and Sargodha constituencies, her decision to contest the general elections would be based on the party’s determination.

Maryam Nawaz submitted nomination papers for two National Assembly constituencies (NA-119 and NA-120) and four Punjab Assembly constituencies (PP-159, PP-160, PP-165, and PP-80).

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In an interesting turn, Maryam Nawaz does not possess any personal vehicle, contrasting with traditional displays of affluence.

However, her ownership of gold worth Rs1.75 million and over one crore rupees in various bank accounts and cash reflects a robust and diversified financial standing.

A notable facet of the disclosure is Maryam Nawaz’s venture into the corporate sector. The document unveils her ownership of 1.12 million shares in various companies, collectively valued at 1.22 million.

The details further reveal a noteworthy year-on-year increase in Maryam Nawaz’s assets, showcasing a growth of over Rs 4 million over the past year.