ISLAMABAD - In response to Pakistans queries, India on Saturday extended more evidence to Islamabad on Mumbai attacks. The Indian authorities also asked for the prosecution of Jamaat-ud-Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed claiming there was 'enough' proof to do so. A dossier, comprising a seven-page summary and 60 pages of annexures, was handed over by TCA Ragh-avan, Joint Secretary (Pakistan) in the Indian External Affairs Ministry, to Pakistans Deputy High Commissioner Rifat Masood when she was called to the Indain Ministry of External Affairs, said a media report from New Delhi. The material contains detailed information about the investigation and legal evidence regarding the 11/26 attacks carried out by Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) outfit, it said. Pakistans Foreign Ministry also acknowledged that Islamabad received the fresh material from Delhi on Mum-bai attacks. However, it said that Pakistani High Commissioner in New Delhi received the fresh Indian dossier. Today, Indian Ministry of External Affairs handed over to our High Commissioner in New Delhi the material in response to the clarifications sought by us in the dossier handed over to the Indian side on July 11, 2009, the Foreign Office spokesman said. It will be forwarded to the concerned authorities on receipt for examination, he said. Earlier, Indian Home Minister P Chidambaram said the Indian dossier contained replies to 'routine' questions raised by Pakistan. I may say fill in the blanks kind of questions, he said. To a question about Hafiz Saeed whom India has identified as the prime accused behind the attacks, Chidambaram said, There is enough evidence to continue probe against Saeed. According to Indian media report, in the 34-page dossier given on July 11, Pakistan had sought the authenticated interrogation reports of two Indian terrorists Fahim Ansari and Sabahuddin held in connection with the Mumbai terror attack. Pakistan had also sought the attested copies of examination reports given by experts on the GPS and Voice over Internet Protocol (VOIP) used during the Mumbai attacks, it said. Pakistan had also raised some questions regarding the legal process underway in Mumbai and these have been answered, the report said.