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This 24-year-old Indian declares himself King of land near Egypt, rules his kingdom online

This 24-year-old Indian declares himself King of land near Egypt, rules his kingdom online
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New Delhi: A 24-year-old man, native of Indore declared himself “King of Dixit”.

According to the news published in NDTV, Suyash Dixit declared himself as king of unclaimed land between Egypt and Sudan. He claimed that he had placed his kingdom’s flag on the land.

This land which is uninhabited is known by name Bir Tawil and it covers an area of 2,000 sq km.

Last week, he wrote a post on Facebook narrating his experience at Bir Tawil. He said that during early civilization if someone wants to claim a land then he needs to grow crops on it

Giving the reason for his declaration, he claimed that he planted seed on Bir Tawil and thus the land belongs to him.

He also invited applications for citizenship. For this purpose, he opened a website.

Read his full post here:

Posted by Suyash Dixit on Tuesday, November 7, 2017