Sania Ashiq Biography, Age, Height, Figure, Net Worth

Sania Ashiq is a prominent figure in Pakistani politics. At the age of 25, she achieved the remarkable feat of becoming a Member of the Provincial Assembly (MPA) from the Taxila assembly constituency in the Punjab province. She represented the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and held a reserved seat for women. Her election in the 2018 general election marked a historic moment, as she became the youngest member of the Punjab Assembly.

However, she garnered attention for a different and unfortunate reason. Sania Ashiq fell victim to cybercrime when a private video, alleging her involvement, circulated widely on the internet. The video featured a nearly naked woman resembling Sania Ashiq, and it was accompanied by a male individual.

n This Article, we Sania Ashiq Age, Wiki, Height, Weight, Boyfriend, Family, Biography, Movies List, Husband, Father, Mother, Affairs, Education, Parents, and More.

Sania Ashiq Biography

Real NameSania Ashiq
Date of BirthMarch 1993
Zodiac SignPisces

Sania Ashiq Height, Weight, Figure

Heightin centimeters – 175 cm
in meters – 1.75 m
in feet and inches – 5 ‘9″
Weightin kilograms – 72 kg
in pounds – 159 lbs
Body ShapeVouptous
Cup SizeDD (U.S)
Eye ColourDark Brown
Hair ColourBlack

Sania Ashiq Nationality, Birth Place

Birth PlaceBucharest, Romania
HometownLahore, Pakistan
SchoolHigh School
CollageLocal College

Sania Ashiq Career

Sania Ashiq shares a close association with the Vice President of her party, Maryam Nawaz, who is the daughter of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. Sania has been actively criticizing the Imran Khan government on various issues.

In February 2022, Sania entered a new chapter in her life by marrying Abu Bakr Umar. The wedding ceremony was graced by the presence of Maryam Nawaz, the Vice-President of the Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N).

Sania Ashiq’s late father, a geologist by profession, passed away a few years ago. Coming from a non-political background, she has set an inspiring example for women in Pakistan by becoming the youngest parliamentarian.

With a professional degree in Pharmacy from Punjab University, which has a history spanning 135 years, Sania Ashiq ventured into charity and social work during her college years. Her family’s support and assistance from some of the city’s affluent individuals spurred her efforts. Subsequently, she initiated vocational training programs for underprivileged women in Lahore, earning recognition as one of Pakistan’s most respected female parliamentarians.

In the face of a controversial video circulating on the internet, Sania Ashiq firmly refuted the allegations. She also took to her official social media platforms to address the harassment she had endured, lodging a complaint with the government of Imran Khan. While a person from Lahore has been arrested in connection with the incident, his identity remains undisclosed.

Another controversial video featuring Sania showed another politician using her dupatta to wipe his nose, leaving her visibly uncomfortable. Miftah Ismail, standing behind her, held her dupatta for this purpose. This incident sparked outrage among netizens, who criticized the former finance minister for invading a woman’s personal space. Many demanded that Maryam Nawaz take strong action against Miftah Ismail.

Despite these incidents, Sania Ashiq’s popularity has grown on social media. She now boasts more than 580,000 followers on Twitter and approximately 18,000 followers on Instagram.

Sania Ashiq Family and Relatives

Marital Status Married
Husband  Paul Thorn
Marriage Date    Update Soon
Sexual Orientation Update Soon

Sania Ashiq Worth, Cars, Salary

Net Worth (approx.)$12 million
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Sania Ashiq Social Media

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