Lahore, Aug 19 : Amid rumours that no country is ready to provide refuge to former Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf, an Indian Sikh Baldev Haeussler Singh from Ferozepur district in Punjab state has reportedly offered Musharraf his 350 acres of cultivated lands, well-bred horses, a bungalow and a luxury vehicle.
Singh, from village Lohara Kotli in Ferozepur said that he was a social activist. When asked about the reasons for his offer, Singh said, "Musharraf is a brave man and has his origins in India," reported the Daily Times.
Singh explained that although the Pakistani politicians did not hold Musharraf in high esteem, he was popular in India and that all Indians love him because of his "straightforward foreign policy".
He said that he liked Musharraf for eradicating sectarianism in Pakistan, helping develop its economy and portraying a positive image of the country across the world.