ISLAMABAD (Online) - The Special Committee of the Public Accounts Committee has sought details of expenditures being utilized on foreign dignitaries visiting Pakistan. The committee, while criticizing former Prime Ministers Nawaz Sharif and Benazir Bhutto, noted that the national exchequer had to face enormous loss due to decision made by them in violation of rules and regulations. The committee met with Riaz Hussain Pirzada in the chair to review the financial irregularities in Capital Development Authority. The audit authorities informed the committee that Benazir Bhutto had awarded the contract to renovate PM House in 1994 to an Egyptian company of her friend Miss Toobash without floating the tender due to which exchequer suffered a loss of Rs. 81 million. The committee was told that Presidency and PMs House violated rules under the garb of sensitive work. It was also informed that no tender was floated with regard to installation of security equipment at Prime Minister. Cabinet Secretary Nargis Sethi said installation of security equipment is a sensitive work which cannot be given to everyone. The committee sorted out the matter with regard to installation of security equipments at Prime Minister without taking any action. CDA Chairman Imtiaz Inayat informed the committee that his authority is yet to receive 40 million. The said amount was utilized on foreign dignities who visited Pakistan.