LAHORE - Chief Justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry Monday observed that corruption in the country could be eliminated by streamlining the system of revenue collection and easing tax collection through one window operation. Presiding over a full Bench, the CJ said this while hearing dozens of appeals filed by the Commissioner Income Tax against various commercial units which were granted relief in tax payment by the LHC on account of the fact, notice issued by the department did not fall in the relevant law. For the appellants, Muhammad Ilyas Khan contented that LHC passed the order without issuing notice to the Income Tax department. The SC, however, did not find the LHC order barring the department from issuing fresh notice to the respondents setting criteria under the relevant part of section 177 (d) of the Audit of Income Tax Ordinance. At the same time the court noted performance of the FBR on which Justice Khalilur Rehman Ramday said the department had an army of tax collectors but showing performance below the mark while swallowing billions underhand. Justice Ramday said loot was everywhere and no one was there to take stock of the situation.