Sadaf Naeem began her career in journalism covering the entertainment industry. She stayed connected to the Khabrain Group and was working with group TV channel “Channel 5”
Naeem Bhatti, Sadaf’s husband and a cameraman, records the wedding ceremonies.
When Sadaf left her house to participate in long march, she claimed that the kids tried to stop her. Her husband shared that The kids told her not to go to work today because they miss her and she doesn’t stay in touch.
The husband told, “On this she said that I had to leave my children, but I’ll try to return soon”, and she departed after adoring them.
She was one of the journalists who got permission by Tehreek-e-Insaf administrators to interview Imran Khan when the long march of Tehreek-e-Insaf began in Lahore.
When she returned from her interview with Imran Khan, Chief Executive Imtinan Shahid complimented her, according to Shakeel Ahmed, a senior producer for Channel 5.
According to information, many journalists, the journalist’s family, and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leaders like Fawad Chaudhry, Mian Aslam Iqbal, and Omar Sarfraz Cheema attended the burial prayers.
At a later time, acquaintances buried Sadaf at the Miani Sahib Cemetery.