Over the last several decades, corruption has been a part and parcel of daily life in India. While the introduction of transparent systems in public services has largely reduced corruption in centralised services — such as securing a passport or buying a railway ticket — most citizen services at the state and local levels are still ridden with bribery and kickbacks.
LocalCircles and Transparency International India have concluded the India Corruption Survey 2019 to ascertain the level of domestic corruption in the country and gather citizens’ inputs on this ugly truth. The survey, called ‘India Corruption Survey 2019’, received 190,000 responses from people located across 20 states and 248 districts of India. The results indicate that 51% Indians paid a bribe in the last 12 months.
Here’s a look at the states that emerged as the most corrupt according to the survey. (Least corrupt to most corrupt)
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Source: http://transparencyindia.org/, www.news18.com
Transparency International India (TII) is a leading non political, independent, non governmental anti corruption organisation of India. From villages in rural India to the corridors of power in Delhi, TII gives voice to the victims and witnesses of corruption. Their main aim is to reduce corruption, bribery, create deterrence for abuse of power, promote good governance and the rule of law. They raise awareness about corruption; advocate legal and policy reforms at national and state levels; design practical tools for institutions, individuals and companies wishing to combat corruption; and act as a leading centre of anticorruption expertise in India.