Maryam Nawaz spotted at the US Embassy in London with her son


PLM-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz and her son Junaid Safdar were spotted queuing at the US Embassy in London, apparently for a US visa.

A video of Maryam Nawaz and her son outside the US Embassy in London is making the rounds on social media. Timings and reasons are unclear, however, the video is gaining huge following on social media as netizens slam the PML-N leader.

Netizens blame Maryam Nawaz for queuing like ordinary citizens in London while in Pakistan she enjoys full protocol despite having no civil service. Maryam Nawaz is actually quite famous in Pakistan for living a lavish life which she is accused of claiming by corruption. She has often come under immense criticism for wearing expensive brands.

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Moreover, in May, shortly after the PML-N seized power following the controversial ousting of Imran Khan, reports emerged that the Interior Ministry headed by PML-N leader, Rana Sanaullah, had approved VIP security for Maryam Nawaz.

State security was provided in Maryam Nawaz on the recommendation of the Ministry of Interior committee. The security team included Rangers and police personnel. According to the media, security had to be ensured in all residences of Maryam Nawaz Sharif.

Last month, Maryam Nawaz left for London just a day after the Lahore High Court (LHC) returned her passport which she had given to secure bail in the Chaudhry Sugar Mills case.

During the court hearings, Maryam Nawaz pleaded that she urgently needed to travel abroad to care for and inquire about her ailing father, asking the court to order the Deputy Registrar ( court) to surrender his passport in the interests of justice. After her passport was returned, Maryam Nawaz immediately left for London and has not returned since. With the latest video, speculation is rife that Maryam Nawaz could then travel to the United States.

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