Husband: Ali Imran Yousuf
Hometown: Lahore, Pakistan
|Other Name||Lady gangster Asian Human Rights Commission|
|Famous For||Being the daughter of Shehbaz Sharif, the 23rd Prime Minister of Pakistan|
|Sect||Sunni Global Security|
|Ethnicity||Bhat Kashmiri tribe|
|Controversy||In 2012, Rabia attracted controversy when a bakery worker filed an FIR against her and her husband for torturing and abducting him. According to the bakery worker, when Rabia visited the bakery, it was closed. She ordered some food, but he could not serve the food to her because the bakery was closed. Her bodyguards forcefully opened the gate of the bakery, and when she went inside, she started fighting with the bakery worker. After sometime, her husband, Ali Imran Yousuf, came to the bakery and started beating and kicking the worker. After the worker filed an FIR, and Ali Imran was presented in front of the court, the police said that the son-in-law of CM Shehbaz Sharif was not involved in the case, but a CCTV footage clearly showed him beating and kicking the worker. Later, the police started harrasing the bakery worker to take the case back and not blame Rabia and her husband. Asian Human Rights Commission|
|Relationships & More|
|Husband/Spouse||Ali Imran Yousuf|
|Parents||Father- Shehbaz Sharif (Prime Minister of Pakistan)
Mother- Begum Nusrat Shahbaz
• Hamza Shahbaz
• Suleman Shahbaz
• Khadija Shehbaz
• Javeria Shahbaz Sharif
Some Lesser Known Facts About Rabia Imran
- Rabia Imran is the daughter of Shehbaz Sharif, the 23rd Prime Minister of Pakistan.
- Rabia belongs to a family that has a political background. Her father, Shehbaz Sharif, was appointed as the Prime Minister of Pakistan on 11 April 2022. Her brother, Hamza Shahbaz was elected as the Chief Minister of the Provincial Assembly of Punjab on 16 April 2022.
- Her family is usually involved in controversies because of their involvement in money laundering cases and corruption charges.
- In 2012, CCTV footage showed Rabia fighting with the bakery owner. This created a controversy, and the public questioned the behaviour of children of elite families. Daily Motion
- In 2019, the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) summoned Rabia, and she appeared in court on 18 April 2019 in connection to the assets beyond means case. In an interview, her brother, Hamza talked about this and said,
The NAB has been politicised and it has become clear that it’s a tool being used by the government trying to victimise us.”
- In 2021, a Pakistani court declared Leader of Opposition Shahbaz Sharif’s daughter and son-in-law as ‘proclaimed offenders’ (POs) in the Saaf Pani Company corruption case. Rabia’s father said that the entire matter was‘ political victimisation.’
- In 2022, the Lahore accountability court issued arrest warrants for Rabia and her husband, Imran Yousuf. The court also ordered the seizure of the movable and immovable properties of both the accused.