Transparency International has named the police as the most corrupt institution in the country. Tendering or contract sector is second and Judiciary is third in corruption. Apart from this, mistrust has also been expressed on anti-corruption institutions including NAB. In the survey report, education in Sindh province, police in Punjab, judiciary in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, tendering and contract in Balochistan have been declared as the most corrupt institutions. According to the report, Pakistanis believe that there is a lot of corruption in the provision of services. People have demanded life imprisonment for corrupt people. It has also been suggested by the public that government officials, politicians and judges should reveal their assets. The discussion of corruption among politicians is at its peak because politicians are only contradicting each other for political purposes. They don’t miss any opportunity, but even the politicians and rulers are not milk-washed, but their corruption is taking commissions and collecting funds behind the scenes, while misusing government resources from helicopters to using the law against the police is no secret. Not to mention, the report compiled regarding the government institutions is eye-catching, from which the rulers of the past and present cannot be absolved in any way. The previous report of Transparency International was also published regarding the increase in bribery and corruption and abuse of power by the government. Even after the change, the situation has not changed. It can be said that both the accusers and the accused parties are responsible for corruption and abuse of authority. It is natural to commit corruption, but if Or if the rulers of every period have been involved in it in one way or another, then it will not be wrong. The police is generally considered a corrupt institution, but the report of Transparency International regarding the judiciary in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is particularly worrying. The courts themselves. There is a forum for recourse of the common man. When such reports start coming in regarding the courts, then which forum should the petitioners approach and who will take their recourse. This report raises questions about the judicial system in the province, which the Chief Justice of Peshawar High Court must have taken notice of. The fact is that a common impression is that there is some sort of malpractice in the lower and middle courts. There is a factor which proves to be an obstacle in the way of obtaining justice. There is a need to take notice of this defect and to negate the general allegation and perception regarding the subordinate courts. In the report of Transparency International, on the basis of which reasons and factors such accusations have been made regarding the judiciary, the details should be known and the reform process should be started by reviewing the report and the honorable Chief of the Supreme Court should be informed. In this regard, the justices themselves, at the institutional and judicial level, should form a commission to bring out the facts and find out the truth of the allegations, and as an important sector of the judicial system, the representatives of the lawyers’ community should also be included in it. It would also be appropriate to involve media representatives, teachers, intellectuals and scholars in the process of investigating the facts. If these people influence the public opinion, the way will be paved for the elimination of doubts. This report should not be taken lightly, but the first requirement of justice and fairness will be to adopt a serious and trustworthy behavior in removing the finger raised towards oneself and the objection. They have established this level of piety and accountability and responsibility cannot be expected, but as the basic source of law, the Qur’an and the Sunnah of the Prophet and the Companions cannot be ignored, nor from the time of the Caliphs. It is only possible to see, but the truth is that if the term of system of justice is attempted by keeping the era of Caliph Umar bin Abdul Aziz in front, it will be a satisfactory matter. If the judicial system is functional, it will be easier if the police and the tendering and contract sector are also focused. Corruption in the police and contracting system is not the end of bribery. It is not a story. It is not difficult to estimate how honest the person is and how much he is a corrupt person by taking a look at his property, wealth, partnership business, etc. The reform and functioning of the controversial institution is the focus and above all, if the rulers are looking at the day of reckoning and avoiding the haram, then reform is possible, otherwise, on the day of doom, every individual must be ready to give an account. Have to stay. The race for wealth and status in the society due to haram wealth is a major factor in polluting the entire society, which institution can be expected to take notice when the rulers to the judiciary are not trustworthy.