ISLAMABAD - Expressing her annoyance over the deteriorating janitorial, cleanliness, maintenance, and security situation in the Parliament Lodges building, Speaker National Assembly Dr Fahmida Mirza on Monday sought complete report pertaining to costing and tendering of Rs 48 million contract of provision of furniture to Parliament Lodges. Mirza, who visited the Parliament Lodges following several complaints of legislators, on the occasion, directed the Chairman Capital Development Authority (CDA) Imtiaz Inayat Elahi to ensure up to the mark cleanliness and security situation within 15-day. She said she would visit the building after 15 days to recheck the situation. The overflowing gutters in cafeteria premises and substandard food provoked Mirza to question CDA bosses, Is it lodges building or orphanage? said a CDA official who was present during the inspection of building. She also visited various suits and took serious notice of seepages in walls. Deputy Speaker National Assembly Faisal Karim Kundi on the occasion commented that funds were provided to CDA for foolproof arrangements for parliamentarians but the authority did not utilise them properly. Speaker National Assembly also gave a positive nod to the suggestion of MNA Noor Alam regarding shifting of dispensary from basement to ground floor. Noor Alam informed that it was difficult for sick persons to visit dispensary in basement of the building. During Mirzas visit to security control room of Parliament Lodges, she made it clear that security of Parliamentarians would not be compromised at all. Addressing the complaint lodged by MNA Sheikh Waqas Akram over substandard furniture provided to the Parliamentarians in near past, she visited suite no 103-A located on ground floor of the building and checked quality of wood used in manufacturing of computer table and chair there specifically. She directed the quarters concerned to provide her a report containing details of tendering process involving the award of contract, the bids submitted by the competitors and final amount at which the work of provision of furniture to A-Block of the Parliament Lodges building was awarded. She also sought complete list of suites in which so far the furniture is provided. On the occasion she was informed that at first the contractor had submitted substandard furniture but later he had replaced it. Deputy Speaker National Assembly Faisal Karim Kundi, several Parliamentarians residing in lodges building, CDA officials including Authoritys Chairman and Member Engineering, and police officials were also present during the course of inspection period.