"No more!" Trump said in his first tweet of the year. "We can reasonably argue that Trump administration's decision today has abundantly vindicated India's stand as far as terror is concerned and as far as Pakistan's role in perpetrating terror is concerned", said Minister of State Jitendra Singh.
He said Pakistan only gave "lies and deceit" to the USA in return to the aid.
"The United States has foolishly given Pakistan more than 33 billion dollars in aid over the last 15 years, and they have given us nothing but lies & deceit, thinking of our leaders as fools", he wrote.
Earlier this month, Trump had already hinted that he may cut off the aid for good.
Trump has only met briefly with new Pakistani PM Abbasi, who had a more extensive sitdown with Vice-President Mike Pence in September.
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"Pakistan has fought hard and suffered heavily against those terrorists focused on its government, and now we are asking them to focus on the terrorists that are attacking Afghanistan and attacking the coalition", he continued.
"We have made clear to Pakistan that while we desire continued partnership, we must see decisive action against terrorist groups operating on their territory".
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani tried to downplay the significance of the uprisings, saying, "Our great nation has witnessed a number of similar incidents in the past and has comfortably dealt with them".
"Pak as anti-terror ally has given free to US: Land&air communication, military bases&intel cooperation that decimated Al-Qaeda over last 16yrs, but they have given us nothing but invective & mistrust".
The US president's latest tweet follows in the aftermath of an increasingly tense back-and-forth between Washington and Islamabad after Trump announced the administration's latest national security strategy.
Trump first signaled that the U.S. was reassessing its fractious relations with Pakistan in August, when he accused Islamabad of harboring "agents of chaos". The mistreatment of imprisoned Indian citizen Kulbhushan Jadhav's relatives by the Pakistani authorities also did not help the relations between the two countries.