Pakistani man buys land on Earth’s Moon for his wife as wedding gift
RAWALPINDI: A Pakistani man has bought one acre land on Earth’s Moon for his wife as wedding gift.
Sohaib Ahmed, resident of Rawalpindi, bought the land for 45 US dollars through the Lunar Settlement Initiative (LSI). The LSI states that for a land claim to be granted legal recognition and certification, a human-based settlement must be established and permanently and continuously inhabited on Luna.
“The location and population of the settlement may change, as long as there continues to be an inhabited settlement within the claim. This settlement may include temporary shelters and structures; moveable vehicles or assemblies; permanent facilities for research, mining, construction or human habitation; tourist accommodations; and/or strategic emplacements.
“Upon the recognition and certification of land claims, property owners shall be entitled to inhabit and develop their property in any manner, subject to any laws or statutes that may be established by the sovereign and independent government of Luna, which shall be freely elected by its citizens,” reads the statement on LSI’s website.
This may be noted that Bollywood actor Sushant Singh, who recently died in a mysterious way, also held ownership of a property on the Moon.
The 23-year-old Pakistani man married, Madiha, 26, six months ago. He holds property documents provided by Sea of Vapours society.