Police remain most corrupt in Pakistan

Survey shows corruption increased by leaps and bounds.

Police remain most corrupt in Pakistan, TIP survey shows. A fresh survey Friday revealed that police continue to occupy the top rung of

the corruption ladder in the country followed by tendering & contracting, judiciary, and education  flowerlupaiz48.blogspot.com

—which climbed to 4th since the last poll carried out in 2021.

These are the findings of Transparency International Pakistan’s (TIP) National Corruption Perception Survey (NCPS) 2022.

The NCPS 2022 released at 01:00 am on Friday also showed no confidence in anti-corruption entities including National Accountability Bureau (NAB). At the national level, the majority of people considered anti-corruption institutions’ role as “ineffective” in curbing corruption in Pakistan, the report said.

Key findings of the NCPS 2022:

01: The provincial breakdown of the three most corrupt sectors reveals the following:

In Sindh, education remained the most corrupt sector, police was seen as the 2nd most corrupt, while tendering and contracting was the 3rd most corrupt. In Punjab, police remained the most corrupt sector, tendering and contracting were seen as the 2nd most corrupt, while the judiciary was the 3rd most corrupt.