Value of coruption fines levied in India - by state and union territory 2015

The statistic represents the value of fines levied from corruption cases across India in 2015, broken down by state and union territory. With over 21 billion Indian rupees, Punjab was the state with the highest fines levied from corruption charges, followed by Madhya Pradesh, with over 14.5 billion Indian rupees.
The median losses of corruption cases worldwide in 2016, by region can be found here.

Value of fines levied from corruption cases in selected states and union territories across India in 2015

Value of fine levied in billion Indian rupees
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Source

Release date

November 2016

Region

India

Survey time period

2015

Supplementary notes

Note: One Indian rupee is equal to 0.015 U.S. dollars and 0.014 euros (as of November 2016).

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