LAHORE - As part of a deal between the coalition partners and Pervez Musharraf, the latter would stay in army house for few weeks, sources privy to the mediation talks told The Nation on Monday. It has been learnt that the former President rejected offers from the Saudi authorities to fly to their country immediately after tendering resignation. Musharraf, instead, insisted on staying in Pakistan and sought adequate security for his protection. Initially, the coalition government expressed its inability to provide him security, but finally it agreed to allow him stay at the army house on the insistence of foreign and local guarantors, who negotiated the deal, the sources disclosed. Sources close to Pervez Musharraf confided to The Nation that the ex-President would take decision regarding his final destination after a couple of weeks, till then he would remain in army house, where he would be provided the security of a President.