Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf may seek sanctuary in Britain amid reports that London intervened to ensure a safe exit for him.
Reports have been circulating in recent days that President Pervez Musharraf will seek sanctuary in Britain, the Press TV correspondent in London reported on Thursday.
There are also rumors that the British government had encouraged the Pakistani government to reach a deal with Musharraf to resign in return for immunity.
The British Foreign Office denies the allegations but an official told our correspondent that should Musharraf choose to reside in Britain, there would be no obstacles.
Dilip Hiro, an expert in South Asia said any country that gives sanctuary to Musharraf would face difficulties because that country should pay millions of dollars for his safety.
The last time Musharraf came to the UK, protestors were angry with him over violating democracy in the elections.
Musharraf resigned on Monday after a televised speech, during which he defended his performance as president.