LAHORE - While responding to a cut motion in Punjab Assembly on Tuesday regarding supplementary demands for grants in respect of police department, Punjab Minister for Law, Rana Sana Ullah said that former dictators who spread Jehadi culture were responsible for current law and order situation in the country. Curse be upon the dictators, alive or dead, who spread Jehadi culture which resulted into law and order situation we are facing today, the law minister said visibly in an attempt to dissociate himself and his party from the extremists and former dictator Gen. Ziaul Haq. The PML-N chief Mian Nawaz Sharif, of late, faced an allegation from President Zardari who dubbed him as Moulvi Nawaz Sharif to give the impression that he (Nawaz) was having sympathies with the Taliban. This is perhaps for the first time that PML-N has shown its disapproval of those supporting Jehadis and has also dissociated itself from the former dictator Ziaul Haq though without naming him directly. Rana further said that terrorism, kidnapping for ransom and lawlessness were the offshoots of Jehadi culture spread by dictators. 98 per cent incidents of kidnapping for ransom are related to terrorism, and the roots of the accused can be traced in tribal areas where the seeds of Jehadi culture have now grown into big trees, the law minister observed on assembly floor. Replying to another cut motion, Rana said directions had been passed on to the concerned department to make the Flood Commission report public. He said the report will be uploaded on Punjab govts official website today.