Nothing that you describe proves that there is an institution that is better functioning than the army. Their civilian governmentThat is a misleading narrative. The Pakistani army has started and lost four wars with India, its policies have made Afghans intractable enemies and its repression has engendered insurgencies in various parts of Pakistan. The commercial enterprises they run are extremely inefficient and can only survive because of the huge direct and indirect subsidies the army extracts from the Pakistani people.
After capturing all of the resources of the state, it is natural that the army will appear to complete some tasks better than the resource-starved civil society, just like administration, facilitated by highly-paid civil servants funded by extractive taxes, seemed to be better under British rule compared to the chaos that followed after Partition.
(1) can't maintain law and order
(2) can't maintain basic financial hygiene
(3) can't provide basic civil service like education and health
(4) destroys everything it touches: electrical system, railway, PIA etc.,