Not onlyworld aged population is on rise, the aged population in Pakistan is also on rise since the onslaught of demographic transition during the early 1990s. This situation has posed many problems not only for the aged themselves but for the relatives and families as well due to the changing socio-economic orders. Old age is a natural phenomenon and every living organism has to undergo the process that converges on a series of problems ranging from physical health toeconomic poverty and loss of social status. Gone are the days when children and youngsters were socially responsible for the upkeep of the elders. Now in poor countries like Pakistan, this responsibility has to be shouldered by the states due to changing cultural conditions and the dwindling grip of religion. This literature based article points out to the growing problem of aging and ageism for which the all rich people and policy makers have to think promptly before the problem grows exponentially. Our only and only mission is to support the old persons all over the world. We start this work first of all from Pakistan. It will only possible when all people work and help with us.