Islamabad (Staff Report): Nobel Prize holder Malala Yousufzai with her family members on Monday has left for London after a four days visit to Pakistan, the sources reported.
Earlier, on Saturday March 31st, she visited her hometown Swat Valley under strict security arrangements.
She was flown to Mingora on board a helicopter, being accompanied by father, Ziauddin Yousufzai and other members of her family.
During her visit to hometown Malala visited her house, friends and other influential people from the area at Circuit House.
Strict security arrangements were put in place around Malala 's old family house and school. Roads leading to her house and schools were barricaded for traffic.
Renowned education activist and Nobel Prize holder MalalaYousufzai arrived Islamabad on Thursday nearly six years after being shot by the terrorists in 2012. At the age of 17 she received the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014 and now 20, she is in Pakistan to visit homeland and relatives.