The Least corrupt state in India. Did you know this?.

The least corrupt state in

After the invasion of the Mughals and Europeans, the system of corruption has invaded our nation. Because it is within the system, it continues to survive. The self-interests of many in power refuse to take this out. This is a national disaster next to a natural disaster. It is very difficult for our democracy to fight against it. It is also difficult to take state-wise statistics as there is corruption in the system. In this article, I’m going to share the list of the most corrupt states and more about the least corrupt state in India based on a State-wise survey of Indian bureaucracy listed under Global Corruption and Surveillance Transparency.

Corruption in India is an issue that affects the economy of the central, state and local bodies in many ways. Not only has this prevented the economy from reaching new heights, but widespread corruption has stunted the country’s growth.

The study, conducted jointly by Transparency International India and the Center for Media Research (CMS) in 356 villages in 151 districts in 20 states, reveals that civilians pay bribes of Rs 21,068 crore every year.

Of the 11 public services that focused on the survey, the police department was found to be the most corrupt, with 80 percent of respondents claiming to have paid a bribe to register a case or take action in a registered case.

most corrupted states in India:

According to the India Corruption Survey 2019, the breakdown of the most corrupt states is here.

Name of the state℅ of citizens paying bribes to get their work done.
Rajasthan78% of citizens paying bribes to get their work done.of this
22% – paid bribes several times.
56% – paid bribes once or twice.
22% – did not need to pay a bribe.
Bihar75% of citizens paying bribes to get their work done.of this
50% – paid bribes several times.
25% – paid bribes once or twice.
25% – said they got work done without paying a bribe.
Uttar Pradesh 74% of citizens paying bribes to get their work done.of this
57% – paid bribes several times.
17% – paid bribes once or twice.
3% – said they got work done without paying a bribe.
Jharkhand74% of citizens paying bribes to get their work done. Of this
all of them gave bribes several times.
13% – said they got work done without paying a bribe.
Telangana 67% of citizens paying bribes to get their work done.of this
56% – paid bribes several times.
11% – paid bribes once or twice (directly or
indirectly).
11% – said they got work done without paying a bribe.
Punjab63% of citizens paying bribes to get their work done.of this
27% – paid bribes several times.
36% – paid bribes once or twice.
27% – said they got work done without paying a bribe.
Karnataka63% of citizens paying bribes to get their work done.of this
35% – paid bribes several times.
28% – paid bribes once or twice.
9% – said they got work done without paying a bribe.
Tamilnadu62% of citizens paying bribes to get their work done.of this
35% – paid bribes several times.
27% – paid bribes once or twice.
8% – said they got work done without paying a bribe.
30% – did not need to pay a bribe.
Chhattisgarh 57% of citizens paying bribes to get their work done.of this
43% – paid bribes several times.
14% – paid bribes once or twice.
43% – did not have a need to pay a bribe.
Madhya Pradesh55% of citizens paying bribes to get their work done.of this
22% – paid bribes several times.
33% – paid bribes once or twice.
12% – said they got work done without paying a bribe.
33% – did not have a need.
Maharashtra55% of citizens paying bribes to get their work done.of this
29% – gave bribes several times.
26% – paid bribes once or twice.
18% – said they got work done without paying a bribe.
Andhra Pradesh50% of citizens paying bribes to get their work done.of this
30% – gave bribes several times.
20% – paid bribes once or twice.
30% – said they got work done without paying a bribe.
Uttarakhand50% of citizens paying bribes to get their work done.of this
25% – gave bribes several times.
25% – paid bribes once or twice.
50% – said they got work done without paying a bribe.
Gujarat48% of citizens paying bribes to get their work done.of this
26% – gave bribes several times.
22% – paid bribes once or twice.
22% – said they got work done without paying a bribe.
West Bengal46% of citizens paying bribes to get their work done.of this
36% – gave bribes several times.
10% – paid bribes once or twice.
18% said they got work done without paying a bribe.
36% did not have a need to pay a bribe.
Delhi46% of citizens paying bribes to get their work done.of this
25% – gave bribes several times.
21% – paid bribes once or twice.
19% – said they got work done without paying a bribe.
Haryana44% of citizens paying bribes to get their work done.of this
22% – gave bribes several times.
22% – paid bribes once or twice.
26% – said they got work done without paying a bribe.
Odisha40% of citizens paying bribes to get their work done.of this
20% – gave bribes several times.
20% – paid bribes once or twice.
13% – said they got work done without paying a bribe.
47% – did not have a need to pay a bribe.
Goa20% citizens paying bribes to get their work done.
40% – said they got work done without paying a bribe.
40% – did not have a need.
Kerala10% of citizens paying bribes to get their work done. (The least corrupt state in India)
all of them gave bribes several times.
50% – said they got work done without paying a bribe.
40% – did not have a need to pay a bribe.

Kerala (Least corrupt state in india).

By this table, we can come to the conclusion of our topic which is the least corrupted state in India, yes, the answer is Kerala. Apart from Kerala, Gujarat, Goa, West Bengal, Odisha, Haryana, and Delhi are the least corrupt states.

According to the BBC News Report 2012, Bihar has become the least corrupt state in India in recent years.

Least corrupt state in India.
State-wise indicator of corruption levels by Local circles.

In Kerala, all 11 public services are the least corrupt in the country.

Kerala is one of the least corrupt states in India. Despite the incidents of corruption at the lower level, the big-ticket scam is very low.

It is a state that has imprisoned a state-level politician for causing a loss of Rs 1 lakh to the state treasury. (No evidence of personal gain).

Reason for lower corruption rate in Kerala:

1. Highly competitive democracy.

2. Its influence among the most visible and competitive media and people.

What did we learn from this?.

Democracy only works when people, especially citizens, are enlightened. They must have the power to discriminate. The values of an enlightened person should be deep in childhood.

This is not possible because two generations after independence have not been well educated.

They think corruption is normal. As a result, the value system in the society has changed, the educational institution can no longer change course and it is designed to be defeated by the modern champions of secularism.

When the whole education system unites people in the name of secularism they will collide with each other or fall apart. They can never live in unity.

It is the responsibility young people:

Now we have to build a nation free from corruption like evil. Young people have a greater responsibility to make this happen. There can be no good things without sacrifice.