Father: Muhammad Sharif
Mom: Shaim Akhtar
Marriage: Kulsoom Sharif (till September 11, 2018, her demise)
Youngsters: two sons and two daughters
Training: Authorities School Lahore; Punjab College Legislation School, Legislation diploma, Lahore, Pakistan
Though elected prime minister on three separate events, and is Pakistan’s longest-serving prime minister, he by no means accomplished a full time period.
1977 – Opens Ittefaq Industries, a household enterprise concerned within the metal, sugar and textile industries.
1981 – Is appointed Pakistan’s finance minister.
1985 – Turns into chief minister of Punjab province.
October 1990 – Is elected as Pakistan’s prime minister.
November 6, 1990 – Is sworn in as prime minister.
April 18, 1993 – Sharif’s authorities is dismissed by President Ghulam Ishaq Khan after costs of corruption and mismanagement are raised. Sharif’s family-owned enterprise grew tremendously throughout his tenure in workplace, inflicting suspicion of corruption.
Could 26, 1993 – Pakistan’s Supreme Court docket orders the reinstatement of Sharif, calling his dismissal unconstitutional and the costs false. Sharif and Khan each later resign.
February 3, 1997 – Is reelected as prime minister.
February 17, 1997 – Is sworn in as prime minister.
January 2000 – Sharif goes on trial for costs of hijacking/terrorism and conspiracy to commit homicide.
April 6, 2000 – Is convicted of airplane hijacking/terrorism and sentenced to life imprisonment. He’s charged with hijacking as a result of he tried to forestall a airplane Musharraf was flying in from touchdown at any airport in Pakistan, when the airplane was low on gasoline. Sharif knew of Musharraf’s coup intentions.
July 22, 2000 – Is convicted of corruption and sentenced to a further 14 years in jail whereas already serving a life sentence. His failure to declare property and pay taxes led to the conviction.
December 2000 – Is launched from jail by a deal brokered by the Saudi royal household.
October 29, 2004 – His father dies and Sharif seeks a short return to Pakistan to attend the funeral, after serving solely 4 of his 10-year exile in Saudi Arabia. The request is denied.
August 23, 2007 – Pakistan’s Supreme Court docket lifts the exile imposed on Sharif. He served solely seven of his 10-year exile.
September 10, 2007 – Makes an attempt to return to Pakistan however is deported simply hours after his arrival.
November 25, 2007 – Sharif returns to Pakistan from exile in Saudi Arabia, flying into the town of Lahore.
February 18, 2008 – In parliamentary elections, Sharif’s get together Pakistan Muslim League-N wins 67 seats, inserting second to the get together of the late Benazir Bhutto, the PPP.
February 20, 2008 – The PPP and the Pakistan Muslim League-N announce that they are going to type a coalition authorities.
August 25, 2008 – At a press convention, Sharif proclaims his get together, the Pakistan Muslim League-N, is splitting from the coalition authorities it fashioned with the PPP, following disagreements over the reinstatement of judges Musharraf dismissed.
Could 26, 2009 – The Supreme Court docket of Pakistan guidelines that Sharif is eligible to run in elections and maintain public workplace. In February 2009, the court docket had dominated that Sharif was ineligible for workplace as a result of he had a prison conviction. He’s nonetheless ineligible to run for prime minister on account of time period limits.
June 5, 2013 – Is elected prime minister of Pakistan.
August 30, 2014 – Sharif proclaims in a press release that he won’t resign. He has vowed to stay on the job regardless of violent demonstrations. The protesters have accused him of rigging final yr’s elections that allowed his get together to take energy.
October 2019 – Sharif is launched on bail on account of well being points.
November 19, 2019 – Sharif flies to London for medical therapy.
December 2020 – The Islamabad Excessive Court docket declares Sharif a proclaimed offender for his continued absence from the court docket.