INDIAN Home Minister P Chidamabaram has told a private television channel that he may not respond to further demands from the Pakistan Government for information on the Mumbai attacks, reported Press Trust of India. Stating that the process has reached a point of exhaustion and with no tangible results, Chidambaram said Islamabads description of Indias sixth dossier on the attack as a 'rehash could be the last straw as far as New Delhi is concerned. Chidambarams comments came as Pakistans Interior Minister Rehman Malik said on Thursday that the latest dossier provided by India on the Mumbai attacks as a 'rehash of information contained in previous documents, indicating that it is inadequate for taking action against LeT founder Hafiz Saeed. The last dossier from India was a rehash of information received in previous dossiers, Foreign Office spokesman Abdul Basit also told a weekly news briefing on Thursday. Meanwhile, India on Friday rejected Pakistans claim that adequate evidence was not available to prosecute Hafiz Saeed and said it must act against the perpetrators of Mumbai attacks as it has to 'decide what kind of ties it wants with New Delhi. Official Indian sources pointed out to PTI that Pakistan has already admitted that the attacks were planned and executed by its nationals from its soil and hence should have information about them. We are only assisting that process, they said. They noted that India has regularly given information and evidence as and when it was collected and collated. India has also made it clear that it was ready to provide more information whenever available, they added. Meanwhile, Indian Army Chief Deepak Kapoor on Friday said the number of ceasefire violations by Pakistan Army has increased to enable militants to infiltrate into India before the onset of winters to disrupt the peaceful environment in Jammu and Kashmir, reported Indian Express. The attempts of ceasefire violation have increased because this enables infiltration to be carried out when the firing is on and can be used as a diversionary tactic. Their attempt is to infiltrate more and more people during ceasefire violation but we understand their tactics and take appropriate steps, he told reporters. He was asked why ceasefire violations by Pakistan have increased besides rising incidents of infiltration by militants. Attempts will be made by the other side to try and disrupt the stable and peaceful environment in Jammu and Kashmir and to push in as many infiltrators as possible before the winter sets in. It is the trend that we are witnessing and the attempts of infiltration are going on, he said.