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The most corrupt law enforcement agency, TIB

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Update : Wednesday, August 31, 2022

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The most corrupt sector in Bangladesh in 2021 is the law enforcement agencies. The other two companies in the top three are Passport and BRTA. Bribes have been taken the most in these three sectors.

Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) has given the information while presenting the results of a last year’s survey on the service sector. This figure is published based on the results of a survey based on corruption and bribery.

The survey was conducted on services during the period from December 2020 to November 2021.

Researcher Farhana Rahman presented the survey data at a press conference held at the TIB office in Dhanmondi, capital, on Wednesday (August 31). So far 9 Khanas have been surveyed regarding service sector.

Iftekharuzzaman, executive director of TIB, said that although there are some positive changes in corruption in the service sector, the overall data is worrying. Corruption in the judicial sector is also a concern. Those doing Animaya have institutionalized bribery. Those who give are part of living.

According to TIB, the 2021 survey showed that 70. 9 percent of ‘Khana’ have been victims of corruption in one or the other sector while taking the services of various public and private sectors or institutions. Among them, law enforcement agencies were identified as the most corrupt sector at 74.4 percent; It is followed by passport at 70.5 percent, BRTA at 68.3 percent, judicial services at 56.8 percent, government health services at 48.7 percent, local government institutions at 46.6 percent and land services at 46.3 percent.

According to the study, the three most corrupt sectors in 2021 are law enforcement agencies, passports and BRTA. Then there are judicial services, health care, local government institutions and land.

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