RURAL leaders fighting a campaign against land reform have invited Legislative and Executive Councillors to a general assembly. The invitation is also a bid to speed up public consultation on inheritance rights for women which was extended to the end of next month by the Secretary for Home Affairs Michael Suen Ming-yeung on Monday. Lau Wong-fat, chairman of the Heung Yee Kuk rural group, said: ''Four days have passed and none of us has been approached by Mr Suen. Time is running out. That is why we're going to help him.'' The general assembly will be held at Tsuen Wan Town Hall on April 26. More than 600 village representatives are expected at the meeting to oppose plans to give equal inheritance rights to New Territories women. The kuk's Working Committee to Protect Our Home sent invitations to all legislators on Saturday and will also lobby for support from all political parties. It denied their action would interfere with the Government's consultation. Angela Li York-lan, a committee member, said yesterday: ''It is very rare that so many villagers all over the New Territories can gather together. We just want to make the Government's workload lighter.''