DEHRADUN, India (AFP) - An Indian yoga guru on hunger strike for the last eight days in protest at government corruption said Sunday he has called off his fast. But Swami Ramdev said his fight against graft would continue as the high-profile campaign against so-called "black money" - cash from bribes or other illegal transactions held in overseas accounts - had been successful. The guru's closest aide read a statement on behalf of the bearded, saffron-robed Ramdev in which he said: "I am breaking my fast and all people who are also fasting should also call off their fast. "Our unrest against corruption shall continue."