According to the new US bill, Pakistan is required to change its attitude towards India, considering it as its friend, and not an enemy whether New Delhi reciprocates such gestures or not.
Islamabad will also have to ban all Kashmiri groups struggling to free the valley from India's control.
This clearly reflects that the US considers that the terror groups based on Pakistani soil have contributed to increasing militancy in the region.
According to Senator Carl Levin, Islamabad is more concerned about its border with India, ignoring the real problem along the western Afghan border which allows the militants to operate freely in the region, The Dawn reports.
President Obama's new envoy for Kabul General Karl Eikenberry, who has headed US forces in Afghanistan, noted that militant groups operating in Kashmir have had links with the Taliban and al-Qaeda, and have also initiated actions against the allied forces.
This will become of great significance if Islamabad wants Washington to soften its stand on the conditions it has imposed in the new US bill for the FATA region.