Former president Asif Ali Zardari, who is currently in the custody of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB), Friday ‘advised’ Prime Minister Imran Khan to step down from his office and go home.“I give Prime Minister Imran Khan an advice to resign and go home,” he told reporters at the accountability court premises where he was brought by NAB officials for the hearing of fake bank accounts case. To a question about the prime minister’s decision to appoint a high-powered commission to probe the massive debt piled up over the past decade, the PPP co-chairman asked the prime minister to also task the body with a probe into the foreign loans taken over a period of past two decades. He said the passage of federal budget for fiscal year 2019-20 depends on which side of the aisle Balochistan National Party-Mengal (BNP-M) chief Akhtar Mengal chooses to sit in parliament.“How did Imran Khan say that the country has stabilised. Have people’s salaries been increased?” he questioned, recalling that their salaries were increased during the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) regime. To another question about the prime minister saying that he won’t worry if he losses his life in his struggle to bring corrupt elements to justice, Zardari said the prime minister is not saying this for the first time. “He [Imran] would say that he would kill himself than to go to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) [for a bailout package],” the PPP co-chairman said.