The $50 billion CPEC, launched in 2015, is a planned network of roads, railways and energy projects linking China's resource-rich Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region with Pakistan's strategic Gwadar Port on the Arabian Sea.
Khan said the CPEC projects are being reviewed to address concerns and reservations of the Baloch people, who say the projects are not beneficial for them.
Successive Baluchistan governments have also raised objections over the CPEC projects in the province.
Khan said he was aware about the reservations about the Baloch people about the CPEC projects.
"Baluchistan will get its due share, whatever it may be, in the CPEC," he said.
He said unfortunately the province had been ignored by the previous governments.
Since Khan's Pakisatan Tehreek-e-Insaf party-led government took charge, there have been several occasions where it has backtracked on statements on the CPEC.
In September, a British financial daily had said that Pakistan was plannig review deals concluded under Beijing's Belt (BRI) and Road Initiative. The CPEC is also the part of Chinese President Xi Jinping's ambitious BRI.
Both China and Pakistan have denied reports of differences over the project. Balochistan, where many CPEC projects are being carried out, remains a flashpoint, with separatists carrying out a campaign against security forces and government installations.