Transparency International issued a clarification statement on the corruption report in Pakistan, saying that the report was not related to 2019.
According to details, Transparency International issued a descriptive statement on the corruption report in Pakistan. Sohail Muzaffar, chairman of Transparency International Pakistan, said the report was not related to 2019.
According to Sohail Muzaffar, the report was misreported by politicians and the media. Some politicians and TV channels have tried to damage Pakistan’s reputation. He said that while the current government appreciates the measures against corruption, the current setup of National Accountability (NAB) is also performing well.
Sohail Muzaffar said that the data reduced the score to 3, for which the data of 2015, 2016 and 2017 were kept open, which reduced the score to 2 in the 2019 Rules of Law. Other sources reduced the score to 6 in 2018. He said that the data of BST Index 2020 has not been made public, the data will be disclosed in 2020. Data was provided to TI and CPI. Media reported CPI 2018 data.
Sohail Muzaffar said that the top law data was collected from May to November 2018, RLI 2018 data was collected from May to December 2017. He further added that a press release has been issued for record validation, the report did not say that corruption increased in Pakistan in 2019. 46.2.
Keep in mind that Transparency International’s report said that corruption in Pakistan increased by one point last year and Pakistan’s graph was down. Transparency International’s Corruption Perception Index shows Pakistan’s rank at 120.