MIRPURKHAS - Haris have called upon the government to set up special courts, ensuring equality and justice for them. In this regard, district and sessions judges should be appointed as chairmen district vigilance committees to look into their matters. They accused that government was giving agriculture lands to those who were already owners of vast areas, depriving the peasants take benefits from government scheme. Speakers expressed their views while speaking at the Hari Mazdoor Convention held here on Monday under the aegis of Nojawan Sindh Samaji Sangat here on other day. They demanded the government to ensure amendments in the Tenancy Act 1950 to provide the justice to Haris, adding that Haris and peasants are deprived of basic facilities including health, draining water, electricity etc. Hundreds of peasants including women attended the convention. They further said that DDO revenue has authority to hear the cases of peasants under Tenancy Act, but no relief was yet met to peasants in Sindh province. The matter pertaining to Tenancy Act was delayed in the revenue court due to political pressure; resultantly the problems of the peasants remained unsolved. They further said that district vigilance committees belonged to feudal, as district nazim was the chairman of the committee. He does not call the meeting of the district vigilance committee. They said that millions of rupees as funds were lapsed each year due to negligence of district nazims as they do not utilise those funds in benefit and welfare of the peasants. They demanded the government to conduct survey of the government lands and distribute those lands to landless peasants as 8 acres per family without any discrimination. They demanded the government to stop the land allotment process under corporate farming in the province as peasants were deprived of their rights of having the lands. Peasants names should be entered in the revenue Khasra record of land to give rights to peasants. They demanded the government to ensure provisions of health and quality educational facilities for Haries while jobs be given them on merit. They urged the government to withdraw the false and fabricated cases lodged against the peasants in the province. Security arrangements completed SP investigation Zafar Iqbal has said that security arrangements on Aashura had been completed for peace and tranquillity. In this regard, extra police force have been deployed on sensitive points in order to avoid any untoward incident. He shared these views while giving the answers of the questions at district council Mirpurkhas meeting held here on other day. He further said that law and order situation was in control while law-enforcing agencies were patrolling in the district to maintain the law and order. He further said that various meetings on behalf of SPO and SHOs with nazims and taluka nazims had been held to discuss the law and order situation and security measures being made to avert any untoward incident on occasion of Aashura. He said that bomb disposal squad is ready to check the places while special cameras at different places in the city had been installed to monitor the situation. He said that security plan made till for Moharram 15th The meeting was attended including Mujebul Haq, Mir Zafrullah Talpure, Ameer Hassan Kaim Khani, Ch Ahsanul Haq, A.D.Lakho, Syed Ali Mardan Shah etc. Class xi results announced Controller of examination Board of intermediate and secondary education BISE Mirpurkhas has announced the result of Higher Secondary Certificate part 1 (Class-XI) pre engineering and pre medical annual examination for 2009 here on Tuesday. According to result of pre engineering group, total 5228 girls and boys students appeared in the exam, among them 3512 in 6 papers, 705 students in 5 papers, 302 students in 4 papers, 90 students in 3 papers, 31 students in 2 papers and 18 students in 1 papers have passed . In pre medical group, total 6616 girls and boys students appeared in the exam while among them, 4500 in 6 papers, 970 in 5 papers, 386 in 4 papers, 252 in 3 papers , 66 in 2 papers and 29 students in 1 paper have passed.