That is what Nikky Haley, the US Ambassador to the United Nations, said while addressing an event. She pressed on making Pakistan accountable for its acts, demanding more from India's neighbour. Pakistan has received billions of US dollars in the name of assisting the US in its fight against terror or to check the designs of the erstwhile USSR in the region.
But at the same time, it has harboured terror outfits that, apart from doing their routine drill - trying to destabilize and bleed India, something that makes them dear to the ruling Pakistani elite - now threaten and attack US interests, be it in Afghanistan or elsewhere.
A fact for which the US has been warning Pakistan for past some years, especially after Afghanistan based terror outfit Haqqani network was given safe haven by Pakistan and Al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden was found and killed in the country.
And the last two instalments of the US military aid to Pakistan, tied to its action against the Haqqanis, was stopped Pakistan couldn't convince the US of its intent and action.
"We are really going to need India's help in Afghanistan. They are the good neighbours and partner that we have in the region. So having them helps not only with infrastructure and the aid that they can give towards rebuilding Afghanistan, they can also help us to keep an eye on Pakistan," Nikky Haley said while adding the elements from US President Donald Trump's new Afghanistan and South Asia policy.
Under his government’s Afghanistan Policy, unveiled in August, Trump, among other policy changes, also announced that developing a strategic partnership with India was going to be a critical part of new US’ strategy for Afghanistan and South Asia in future.
While reiterating his stand on Pakistan being a safe haven for terrorists, he also warned Pakistan that the US would no longer be silent about Pakistan’s double-dealings and demanded that this attitude of doublespeak had to change immediately.
Trump and his administration, in fact, regularly slams Pakistan for being a terror haven and has warned if Pakistan doesn't mend its ways then the US will be forced to withdraw Pakistan's US ally status.
Nikky Haley repeated that again slamming Pakistan for harbouring terrorists, "Pakistan has been a partner to the US at times. We value and respect that. But we cannot tolerate this government or any other government giving safe haven to terrorists who target Americans. This new approach will require understanding and restraint from both Pakistan and India."