The UNP is planning to hold an island wide survey to collect figures and details of those gone missing since 1994.
The party activists will visit all villages and cities in order to find information related to missing persons and allegations to compile a report, UNP`s additional national organizer and Kalutara District MP Sarath Ranawaka told The Island yesterday.
The survey is scheduled to commence in the first week of May, he said. MP Ranawaka has been appointed as the Chairman of a party committee to look into the allegations of abductions.
He said that there are a large number of allegations of people belonging to all communities and political groups being abducted. The number of allegations is on the rise he said adding that those allegations were levelled at the Government, the LTTE as well as some unidentified groups.
The Survey would determine who had abducted whom and would expose those who are responsible, MP Ranawaka said. The UNP expects the assistance of all parties to make this attempt a success, he added.