Mehr-un-Nisa Munir is a daughter of well-known Pakistani politician Maryam Nawaz and granddaughter of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. Mehr-un-Nisa’s father Safdar Awan is also a politician.
Mehr-u-Nisa was married to Raheel Munir in 2015. Many politicians attended their wedding ceremony which was held at Royal Garden, Raiwind.
Family & Education:
Mehr-un-Nisa Safdar completed her studies from London School of Economics UK. She has 2 siblings including one brother Junaid Safdar and one sister Mahnoor Safdar. Mehr-un-Nisa is granddaughter of former PM Nawaz Sharif and daughter of Maryam Nawaz and Safdar Awan.
Mehr-un-Nisa Munir was married to a son of famous businessman Chaudhry Munir, her husband name is Raheel Munir. Both Mehr-un-Nisa and her husband completed their education from London School of Economics UK.
The wedding ceremony was held on 26th December 2015, which was attended by leading political and high profile personalities. It was ‘One Dish Event’ which was ended before 10:00 PM.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended the wedding event of Mehr-un-Nisa. Modi along with him brought a lot of gifts for the whole family. He also gifted a Pink turban to Nawaz Sharif and other family members.
The Valima Ceremony was also a ‘One Dish Event’ which was attended by 2000 guests.
Here are some of her wedding pics:
These famous personalities attended the event: Former CM Punjab Shahbaz Sharif, Hamza Shabaz, Ishaq Dar, Raja Ashfaq Sarwar, Capt Safdar, Javaid Hashmi, Ch Shujaat Hussain family, Chairman Bahria Town Malik Riaz Ahmad, Dr Zahid Pervaiz, Federal & Provicial Ministers, MNA’s, MPA’s and other family members of Sharif family.
Mehr-un-Nisa’s Children (Daughter):
Mehr-un-Nisa has one daughter who was born after 3 years of their marriage. Mehr-un-Nisa’s mother Maryam Nawaz tweeted about her granddaughter, she thanked the people on the wishes of her granddaughter’s birth. The couple is enjoying a beautiful life with their newborn.
Mehr-un-Nisa Munir’s mother, father and grandfather were sentenced to jail for 7, 1 and 10 years respectively. They were sentenced jail due to many corruption allegations. But, now as per the decision of Islamabad High Court all three of them are set free on bail.