MIRPURKHAS - Mirpurkhas union of journalist (MUJ) has strongly condemned the implication of four journalists in false cases by the local police, which has created unrest among the journalist community. Presiding over the emergency meeting of MUJ on Tuesday, general secretary Ghulam Rasool Mugheri criticised the police attitude towards journalists as fake money extortion cases were lodged against journalists on the application of drug mafia men without preliminary inquiry. The meeting deplored that two false cases including a case under terrorism act were lodged against senior journalists including MUJ president Afaq Ahmed Khan without any inquiry, while another case was registered against senior journalist Syed Zahir Shah and on August 8, false case of cable theft was lodged with town police station against the journalist Bakhtiar Shah. Speaking at the meeting Ghulam Rasool Mugheri said police deliberately wanted to implicate the journalists in false cases to take revenge as journalists were exposing the corruption and illegal acts of police. He warned that police should first conduct preliminary inquiry against the journalist and then they should be nominated in the case provided they were found guilty. He urged the DIG Mirpurkhas zone and DPO Mirpurkhas to take immediate notice of the matter and provide justice to the journalists as early as possible. Demo against forcible land eviction Hundreds of people of Brohi community took out a protest rally on Tuesday from railway station roundabout to protest against their eviction from their agriculture lands by the influentials of Junejo community. The protestors carrying banners and placards marched through main roads, chanting slogans against the influential personalities of Junejo community reached at local press club where they staged sit-in and blocked the main Mirpurkhas-Hyderabad road for an hour. On this occasion, talking to newsmen the protestors told that they were resident of village Haji Basham Brohi, taluka Sindhri and they were allotted agriculture government land on their names in 1964, 1992 and 1998 but accused influential of Junejo community forcibly wanted to occupy their 300 acres. They deplored that 21 false cases have yet been lodged against them on the behest of Junejo community. They said their lands were in their possession since their allotments and they have been cultivating them till now. They alleged that influential personalities of the said community were issuing them threats of dire consequences and making efforts to occupy their lands. They urged the Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry to take suo moto notice of this issue and provide them justice without further delay.The protest rally was led by Sardar Javed Mengal, Hashim Brohi, Usman Brohi and others.