ISLAMABAD (Online) - The rich law makers of the National Assembly with ever growing bank accounts have demanded increase in their perks and privileges and allotment of separate office for each legislator. They voiced their demand in the meeting of finance committee held here on Tuesday under the chair of National Assembly Speaker Fehmida Mirza. Assembly sources said the legislators belonging to various political parties joined hands with each others in order to press their demand for more perks. Nafeesa Shah, Ghulam Mustafa Shah, Yasmin Rehman from PPP and Rana Tanveer from PML-N said with one voice that bureaucrats of MP-1 draw salary of Rs 500,000 per month, a gardener of the Supreme Court Rs 35,000 per month and a driver of the State Bank is paid Rs 90,000 per month. But an MNA is being paid only Rs 23,000 per month, they said. If all the allowances are added to it then it becomes Rs 66,000 per month. Therefore, they can not meet their expenses out of these perks, they complained. Fahmida Mirza said the matter of raise in salaries and perks of legislators does not come in the ambit of finance committee, they added. The legislators should bring amendment in the act pertaining to perks and privileges and raise their voice in parliament, the speaker said, adding she would have no objection over it.