ISLAMABAD (APP) - Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry on Tuesday remarked that continuous amendments in Income Tax Laws were not only shattering confidence of the people but also damaging the country. The Supreme Court will advise the Attorney-General to make Income Tax Laws simple so that confidence of the taxpayers could be restored and attract foreign investors for investment in Pakistan, he said. A three-member bench of the Supreme Court headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry and comprising Justice Raja Fayyaz Ahmed and Justice Ch Ijaz Ahmed adjourned hearing of appeals about Income Tax (Amendment) Ordinance 2001 regarding returns of income tax audit till Monday, next. A total of 500 affectees have filed appeals in the apex court. Senior Law Advisor of Federal Board of Revenue (FBR), Ilyas Khan appeared before the court. Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry said that employees of Income Tax Department themselves describe the ways of corruption to tax payers. The taxpayers have no confidence on filing of returns to Income Tax Department and if there will be no confidence then how foreign investment will come, the CJ remarked. Meanwhile, the Supreme Court on Tuesday directed the Inspector Generals of Police of all the four provinces to furnish details of all unregistered impounded vehicles, on Superdari and the people under their use to the apex court by May 13. A three-member bench of the apex court headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry and comprising Justice Raja Fayyaz Ahmed and Justice Ch Ijaz Ahmed asked for furnishing of the details on a petition of a resident of Peshawar. The petitioner had informed the Chief Justice that the police themselves used the unregistered impounded vehicles.