Imran Khan. – File Photo by AFP

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan on Tuesday condemned the resolution on Balochistan presented in the House of Representatives in the United States and termed it as a breach on Pakistan’s sovereignty,  DawnNews reported.

“The All party conference (APC) on the issue of Balochistan would turn out to be as futile as the other APCs have been in the past,” PTI press release stated.

Khan further said that if baloch leaders are also part of this conference then his party’s Central Executive Committee (CEC) would decide about attending the conference.

“The present government is neither able nor willing to solve the Balochistan issue,” PTI chairman added.

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