LONDON  - Balochistan Chief Minister Abdul Malik Baloch said Tuesday that dialogue with angry Baloch leaders was the first and foremost priority of the provincial government.
Addressing a ceremony arranged by the World Congress for Overseas Pakistanis and later talking to a private TV channel, he said he had no schedule to have a conversation with the rebel Baloch leaders during his visit to London as the environment was not conducive for political dialogue . He said the provincial government was bound to face challenging issues including militancy. He said terror activities were no solution to problems faced by the people of Balochistan . Throwing light on the current situation in a philosophical way, he said 21st century was not the era of gun and bullets, rather it was best time to promote democratic values for which everyone must start a phase of dialogue so that law and order could be restored in the province for progress and prosperity of future generations.