NEW DELHI (AFP) - Rahul Gandhi warned Friday that a fasting activist's popular anti-corruption campaign posed a threat to India's democratic "life force". Congress party leader Gandhi praised Hazare's campaign, but challenged efforts to force his version of a new anti-graft law on parliament. "Individuals have brought our country great gains. They have galvanised people in the cause for freedom... however we must not weaken the democratic process," Gandhi said. "A process divorced from the machinery of an elected government, that seeks to undo checks and balances created to protect the supremacy of parliament, sets a dangerous precedent for our democracy."