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Police, Judiciary amongst most corrupt institutions in Pakistan: Transparency survey

Police, Judiciary amongst most corrupt institutions in Pakistan: Transparency survey:

Police, Judiciary amongst most corrupt institutions in Pakistan: Transparency survey

ISLAMABAD: New perception survey of the Transparency International Pakistan has reported police being the number one and judiciary number three in corruption in Pakistan at national level in 2022.

The business of tendering and contracting was noted as the second most corrupt field in Pakistan.

The Transparency International Pakistan _ a global civil society organization fighting against corruption— has released the findings of its new survey, showing ranking in corruption of Pakistan government’s departments and institutions.

The TIP has also released the breakdown of corruption trend and perception in province.

Sindh

In the Sindh province, education was on top in corruption while the second position was held by police.

Meanwhile, the business of tendering and contracting was noted as the third most corrupt area in the province.

Punjab

In Punjab _ the largest province in the country in population, police grabbed the number one position in corruption, followed by tendering and contracting. However, judiciary was on the third place in corruption perception in the province.

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

In Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, judiciary emerged as the most corrupt sector, tendering and contracting was reported as the second most corrupt area while police in the province held the third position.

Balochistan

According to TIP, in Balochistan province, tendering and contracting was leading in corruption, followed by police (No. 2) and judiciary (No. 3).

The TIP survey also noted corruption in the recent floods and distribution of aid in Pakistan.

According to the Transparency International Pakistan, the participants of survey have suggested life-time jail for corruption.

The people also demanded of politicians and judges to disclose their assets accurate to promote transparency in the country.

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