Pakistan continued to vent its anger on the introduction of a resolution in the US Congress seeking separate state for the Baloch people by summoning the US charge d` affaires for the second time on Monday warning him that it could harm bilateral relations. “Ambassador Richard Hoagland, US charge d’ affaires was called to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs today. A strong protest was lodged with him with regard to the tabling of a resolution on Balochistan in the US Congress,” a Foreign Office statement said. “Ambassador Hoagland was told in clear terms that the move in the US Congress was contrary to the spirit of friendly relations and in violation of the principles of the United Nations Charter, international law and recognised norms of inter-state conduct,” it said. Ambassador Hoagland was asked to convey the serious concern of the government of Pakistan to the US administration.