In 1849 it fell to Brish Raj and in 1851 it became the largest garrison town of British Indian Army. After independence the city became home to Pakistan Army headquarters and have got the title as a major military city. In 1961 Islamabad became the national capital city which lead to greater investment in Rawalpindi. Now Rawalpindi City is now socially and economically connected with Islamabad and have the greater metropolitan area. As it is connected to M-1 and M-2 and is home to Benazir Bhutto Internation Airport, so it serves as major logistics and transportation centre for northern Pakistan. There are many historical temples and havelis in this city and is a major attraction for tourists visiting Azad Kashmir, Rohtas Fort and Gilgit Baltistan. 27% of children in Rawalpindi attend private schools. Education standard is good in this city, thus a class 5 student can read sentences in English in this city. 97.4% of children in developed areas of Rawalpindi district are enrolled in school, which is the 3rst highest percentage in Pakistan after Islamabad and Karachi.