The statement by Lord Acton, a British historian that “All Power tends to corrupt, absolute power corrupts absolutely” appositely relate to Pakistan Army. The Army which was fragile, underprovided and derisory at the time of the creation of Pakistan in 1947, has risen to develop into 6th largest army of the world with 650000 soldiers on the active list supported by half a million Army Reserve and National Guards with nuclear assets at its disposal. Today, it is the most powerful institution of Pakistan. It is said that all nation world over have Army but Pakistan Army has a nation which dances on the tune of Pak Army. Although Pakistan was formed as a democratic state ironically, the country has spent 37 years under Army dictatorship by overthrowing democratic elected Governments in three military coups and the remaining phase had puppet governments. With this unparalleled power and authority, corruption happens to be part and parcel of Pak Army.