Malala Yousafzai, honored with the Nobel Prize, returned to his native town in Pakistan's Swat Valley on Saturday. Malala, who advocated girls' education, was shot in the head by Taliban militants in 2012. He has come to Pakistan for the first time since this incident. Sources said that 20-year-old Malala, along with her parents, has reached a one-day tour today in Swat district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province between the two countries. During the visit, Minister of State for Information Affairs Miriam Aurangzeb was with Malala during the visit. In her native town, Malala got her childhood friends and teachers five years later. Sources said, "Together with their people, Malala's eyes started to tear. She had been feeling very emotional while going to her house and meeting friends.