Police ranked as Pakistan’s most corrupt sector according to a TI survey

Transparency International (TI) Pakistan recently revealed the results of National Corruption Perception Survey 2022.

Police ranked as Pakistan's most corrupt sector according to a TI survey

An annual survey has revealed that police is perceived to be the most ‘corrupt’ sector in Pakistan. This is followed by tendering and contracting, judiciary and education on the second, third and fourth levels respectively.

Transparency International (TI) Pakistan recently revealed the results of National Corruption Perception Survey 2022 (NCPS) on the International Anti-Corruption Day.

The police had ranked the highest in last year’s report too.

According to the provincial breakdown of the three most corrupt sectors, education in Sindh was considered as the most corrupt sector followed by police on the second and tendering and contracting on the third rank.

On the other hand, things were different in Punajb with Police ranked as the first most corrupt sector. In Balochistan, tendering and contracting was on the lead followed by police.

TI Pakistan Chairman Justice (retd) Zia Pervez stated that the 2022 had been entrusted to partner organizations with the aim of improving the credibility of the NCPS. Moreover, development of knowledge of partner organizations on public survey mechanisms was another target.

He further said that he hopes the results of the survey would be used by government departments to ammend ways and implements new reforms. ‘This would help reduce corruption and make people’s lives better,’ he concluded.

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