INDIAN Home Minister P Chidambaram Sunday said Pakistan is showing 'unwillingness to prosecute Hafiz Saeed. (While) covering up is a very strong word, there is for some strange reason (an) unwillingness to take investigation forward (by Pakistan), Chidambaram told NDTV in an interview to be telecast today (Monday). Revealing details of what India had given in the dossiers, Chidambaram said: We know when Kasab first met Hafiz Saeed and where. We know what Hafiz Saeed told the trainees. "We know at least a couple of places where the training took place and that Hafez visited those training camps. Further, India has also said Hafiz Saeed had also given the terrorists aliases as well as tested their skills. We know that he (Saeed) was accompanied by a person described as major general sahib. Hafiz Saeed told this person to set up 10 targets. Kasab fired at target number 4, said Chidambaram. He added that Saeed had also made the 'farewell call and also issued the 'final instructions to the 10 gunmen in the Mumbai attacks. So all this is known. Places, approximate dates, names, visits by Hafiz Saeed. On face of this evidence, how does a prosecutor say that I have no leads to investigation? Chidambaram said. On the identity of the 'major general saheb, Chidambaram said that it is not clear whether he was a serving or retired army officer. To question whether it was just a nickname, he said: Very unlikely. A major general should be a major general somewhere. To another question, he said We have never ruled out state actors even though Pakistan has said that only non-state actors were involved. We have not accepted this distinction between state and non-state because both operated from Pakistani soil. Letting off Hafiz Saeed is unacceptable, said the minister. Accepting that India was losing patience, Chidambaram said: After a point, it (sending dossiers) will be a charade. I just dont want to give them any quarter that answers are not forthcoming and therefore investigation is not starting.