Islamabad, March29- Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai could not control her tears after coming back to Pakistan, her motherland on Thursday. She became seriously injured when some Taliban gunmen shot her on the head while she was campaigning for the development of women’s education in the country. She met the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Shahid Khaqan Abbasi along with her father and younger brother in Islamabad. She told the media that she had cancelled her plan of visiting her home region Swat due to security reasons. Malala and two of her friends were shot by Taliban gunmen in 2012 for campaigning for the importance as well as the development of education of the girl child which is against the principle of the fundamentalists of Taliban. She became the youngest recipient of the coveted Nobel Peace Prize at the age of 17 and became a public figure overnight. After her recovery Malala stayed many years in England and set up Malala Fund for women empowerment and to provide higher education to the women of poor families . She has also set up a high school for girls in Shangla of Swat, her home region with her prize money. She told the media that she would like to work relentlessly for the development of women’s education without fear because she had the support of common people around the world.