According to Transparency International Pakistan’s (TIP) National Corruption Perception Survey, police are at the top of Pakistan’s corruption pyramid (NCPS).
The cops also received the top rating in the study from the previous year.
According to a provincial examination of the three “most corrupt” sectors, Geo reports that Sindh’s education sector is the “most corrupt,” followed by the police and tendering and contracting.
In Punjab, the courts, tendering and contracts, and the police all finished in that order.
In Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, the judiciary was considered to be the most corrupt institution, followed by the police and tendering and contracting.
Contracting and procurement took the top two slots in Balochistan, with the judiciary and police following in second and third, respectively.
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Justice (retd) Zia Pervez, the chairman of TI Pakistan, gave the 2022 survey to partner organisations with the intention of strengthening the legitimacy of the NCPS and teaching partner organisations on public survey procedures.
He hoped that the results of the poll will be used by other government organisations to enact changes.
“This will assist in eliminating corruption and slightly improving the life of the public,” he stated.