The Dalai Lama, Tibet's exiled spiritual leader has "no health problems" and is expected to be released from the hospital in India's western Mumbai city soon, one of his aides said Saturday.
The 73-year-old Nobel peace laureate was admitted at Lilavati hospital in Mumbai on Thursday after complaining of "abdominal discomfort."
"His Holiness underwent medical tests on Friday. Doctors said he has no physical health problems except that he is physically exhausted. They have advised him complete rest," Tenzin Taklha, secretary to the Dalai Lama, said by telephone, reported dpa.
"The Dalai Lama will be out of the hospital soon, he could leave either by Sunday evening or on Monday," Taklha said, adding that the leader would remain in Mumbai for a few more days.
On Saturday, the Dalai Lama was participating in a 12-hour long fast and prayer service to draw attention to the human rights situation in Tibet, Taklha said.
The Tibetan leader's office on Wednesday cancelled planned trips to Mexico and Dominican Republic saying he was suffering from exhaustion.
He returned Sunday to Dharamsala, the northern India town where Tibet's self-proclaimed government-in-exile is based, after a two-week visit to France.