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Maryam Nawaz Sharif, Pakistan Muslim League-N leader posted a heartfelt message for his father former prime minister Nawaz Sharif as he headed to Islamabad for the announcement of verdicts in National Accountability Bureau’s (NAB) Flagship Investments and Al-Azizia Steel Mills references against him.
This has been Maryam Nawaz’s first message on Twitter in five months. She prayed for his father and deceased mother late Begum Kulsoom Nawaz who passed away in July in the UK after suffering from cancer.
Maryam Nawaz has been an outrageous leader of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz who has openly accused the state institutions of conspiring against his father Nawaz Sharif and punishing him over false accusations of corruption.
“The last time I saw HER was in the coffin. The last time I saw HIM smile was with HER. May Allah have mercy on both of you. Ameen,” Maryam Nawaz tweeted, sharing pictures of her parents Nawaz Sharif and late Begum Kulsoom Nawaz.
Maryam Nawaz had last tweeted on July 24th a day after general elections in Pakistan in which Pakistan Tehreek-I-Insaf claimed victory.
Maryam Nawaz and Nawaz Sharif could not share the last moments with Begum Kulsoom Nawaz in the UK as they surrendered and headed to Pakistan in the Panama Case just a few days before her death. The daughter-father duo was in Adiala jail at the time of Begum Kulsoom’s death.
Since then Maryam Nawaz Sharif who was known for her aggressive tweets against the judiciary and establishment was away from social media. She has once again resumed her activities on Twitter.
Her followers extended their warm wishes for Maryam Nawaz and greeted her on returning to social media. Her followers expressed solidarity with Maryam Nawaz and Nawaz Sharif. Some users, however, expressed disgust over her return and bashed her and family for corruption.
Maryam Nawaz has been an outrageous leader of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz who has openly accused the state institutions of conspiring against his father Nawaz Sharif and punishing him over false accusations of corruption. Maryam Nawaz had been in jail for nearly two months in Avenfield Apartment case.