Since the very inception, Pakistan faced many problems of administration, industrial uplift, infrastructure and economic progress. Country’s fate was dwindling due to excessive pressure of immigrants and devastated cities due to arsenal polluting and plundering during partition hours. Lahore was among those few metropolises of sub-continent where excessive migration took place.
Early history of Lahore is obscure, unauthentic and attributed to myths and tales. No historical reference is available in travelogues, history books and archeological excavations about Lahore as an important city or a metropolis Par excellence as it is today. Historical chronicles do not provide any account of such a city when Alexander’s forces traversed Punjab in 4th century B.c. There could have been a small town or settlement of Hindu shahiya dynasty at the place where modern day Lahore exist, and of which a little reference is available in the travelogue of Chinese traveler Hieun Triang who visited India in 630 A.D.