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TIP Survey: Police Tops List of Most Corrupt Institutions in Pakistan

The latest survey by Transparency International Pakistan reveals that the police continue to hold the dubious distinction of being the most corrupt institution in Pakistan.

TIP Survey: Police Tops List of Most Corrupt Institutions in Pakistan

In Pakistan, a recent survey by Transparency International Pakistan looked at what people think about corruption. The survey found that many people see the police as the most corrupt group, followed by companies involved in contracts and the court system.

Transparency International Pakistan shared the results of the National Corruption Perception Survey 2022. This survey asked people in all four provinces of Pakistan about their opinions on corruption from October 13 to October 31, with 1,600 people participating.

The results show that, nationally, people think the police are the most corrupt, followed by companies involved in contracts and the court system. The education and health departments are also seen as corrupt.

In Sindh, people thought the police were the most corrupt, followed by companies involved in contracts and education. In Punjab, people also believed the police were the most corrupt, followed by the court system and health.

In Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, people said the police were the most corrupt, followed by the court system and companies involved in contracts. In Balochistan, companies involved in contracts were seen as the most corrupt, followed by the police and the court system.

The survey also looked at how much money people spend on bribes. On average, people spent around Rs11,121, with the highest amount spent on bribes related to the court system (Rs25,846).

A large number of people (75 percent) think that private companies have too much power and often engage in corruption. Additionally, many people (36 percent) believe that anti-corruption institutions are not effective. The survey found that most people (68 percent) think that institutions like the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) and the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) are used for political reasons.

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Almost half of the participants (47 percent) think that corruption is the main obstacle to Pakistan’s progress. This survey was released on International Anti-Corruption Day.

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