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Transparency Int’l: Pak Police and Court are Most Corrupt Institutions

Pakistans Police and Court are Most Corrupt Institutions Transparency International

In Pakistan, corruption, followed as per Transparency International.

Transparency International Pakistan (TIP) conducted the study as part of its National Corruption Perception Survey (NCPS) 2022. The study asked respondents to rate several departments and institutions in Pakistan where irregularities, bribery, and other unethical behaviors are common. The police agency obtained the first notorious location based on responses from people from many walks of life.

Although the general public is not directly involved in the process of tendering and contracting for public development projects, they regard it as the second most corrupt, owing to the outcomes. Despite lofty claims throughout the years, the country’s court has failed to provide justice to litigants, who think that the balances of justice have always been reoriented in favor of the powerful. As a result, they rank it as the third most corrupt institution. The education sector is likewise ranked first, followed by the three previously listed sectors.

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The following are the provincial breakdowns of the three most corrupt sectors:

Sindh

Education remained the most corrupt sector in Sindh, with police coming in second and tendering and contracting to come in third.

Punjab

In Punjab, the police remained the most corrupt sector, followed by bidding and contracting and the judiciary.

Pakhtunkhwa Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

In Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), the judiciary topped the list, tendering and contracting came in second, and police were placed third by the people of the province.

Balochistan

Tendering and contracting remained the most corrupt sector in Balochistan, followed by the police. Respondents rated the judiciary third.

Respondents to the study also criticized suspected corruption in the recent flood relief distribution in Pakistan.

They wanted life sentences for corrupt government workers, legislators, and judges, as well as the disclosure of their assets to establish openness.

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