DHARAMSALA, India (Reuters) - The Dalai Lama said on Tuesday he would resign as Tibetan leader if the situation veers out of control in Tibet and denied accusations from China that he was inciting riots.
"If things become out of control then my only option is to completely resign," Dalai Lama, Tibet's exiled spiritual leader, told a news conference at his base of Dharamsala in northern India.
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"Investigate thoroughly, so if you want to start investigating from here you are most welcome," he said. "Check our various offices.
"They can examine my pulse, my urine, my stool, everything," he said with a laugh, miming as he talked.