Nobel Peace Prize champ Malala Yousafzai came back to the place where she grew up in Pakistan on Saturday out of the blue since she was shot by the Taliban in 2012, as indicated by security sources.
Yousafzai, 20, touched base by helicopter and went straight to her old house in Mingora in the Swat valley. Yousafzai likewise went to her old school.
She cleared out a note in the school’s guestbook, which peruses:
“My first visit to Swat valley following 5 and half years since the assault. I have felt so cheerful. I am pleased with my territory and culture. The cadet school is excellent and I thank the staff and essential for inviting me. All the best and supplications, Malala.”
Her landing in the place where she grew up comes amid her first visit to Pakistan since she caught overall consideration after an individual from the aggressor bunch shot Yousafzai and her colleagues as they sat in a school transport in 2012.
She touched base in Pakistan on Thursday at Benazir Bhutto International Airport flanked by overwhelming security in the early hours of Thursday morning, CNN member Geo TV announced.
From a youthful age, she was a backer for young ladies instruction, composing on the web about the terrorizing endeavors of the Pakistani Taliban in Swat Valley, in the nation’s north.