President Asif Ali Zardari made no offer to resign during a meeting of top leaders of the ruling coalition that was held after the Supreme Court warned it could take action against him, the presidential spokesman said Wednesday.

Reacting to reports in a section of the media that said President Zardari had offered to resign during a meeting of the Pakistan People's Party (PPP) and its allies late Tuesday night, presidential spokesperson Farhatullah Babar said, "There is no truth in these reports."

"Neither in the allies' meeting on Tuesday night nor at any other stage has the president offered to resign and the reports suggesting otherwise are contrary to the facts and reality of the situation," Farhatullah Babar said in a statement. Sources in the PPP have also dismissed reports in a section of the media that President Zardari intended to travel again to Dubai in the near future.