The CHP law (Paragraph H) requires you to display your CHP if you are carrying a concealed handgun, and if the LEO asks (code says "demands") you to display the CHP. There is no law that requires you to reveal that you are carrying a weapon, with the little caveat that you aren't allowed to lie to a LEO either.
So... technically speaking, if you are carrying a concealed handgun, and the LEO asks you for your permit, you are obligated to display it for him. But there is no requirement to respond to the generic question, "are you carrying a concealed weapon?"
Of course, as always, IANAL, so don't take this for legal advice. YMMV.