LAHORE: Another Pakistani man has bought land on the Moon and now he wants to build a housing society there.
A citizen of Lahore, Arzam Chaudhry has announced to build a housing society after buying five acres of land on the Moon.
Talking to Hum News, he said that the land on the moon was bought for 130 dollars (almost Rs21,000) and now its price had shot up to 160 dollars.
Arzam Chaudhry, who bought the land after seeing an advertisement on social media. He said he did not only plan to establish a housing society there, but wanted to build a farmhouse as well.
“I was impressed by the advertisement on Facebook and wanted to form a society by plotting on my land bought on the Moon,” he said.
According to Arzam Chaudhry, listeners consider the purchase of land on the Moon as a joke and a fraud, but he was getting offers at a profit of 30 dollars. Six million people around the world have become landowners on the Moon.
He said that his family members criticized him and made fun of him. However, he said, it was a good investment.
Earlier, in September 2020, a Pakistani man had bought one acre land on Earth’s Moon for his wife as a wedding gift.
Sohaib Ahmed, a resident of Rawalpindi, had bought the land for 45 US dollars through the Lunar Settlement Initiative (LSI).
The 23-year-old Pakistani man had married, Madiha, 26, early last year. He possesses property documents provided by Sea of Vapours society.