4 December, 2020

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Malaka Silva Back To Terrorizing Night Club Revellers

Malaka Silva who was notorious for terrorizing guests at popular night clubs he patronized during the former Rajapaksa regime is once again back in business. Last Friday Malaka Silva accompanied by his friend Romesh Kulatunga and an alleged drug dealer named ‘Maama’ had badgered a reveler at the famous up market night spot the Park Street Mews.

Malaka

This incident incidentally was blacked out by all main stream media outlets and also social media websites.

Meanwhile even several calls made to Harpo Gunaratne, the owner of the Park Street Mews Restaurant and Bar by Colombo Telegraph to obtain his version of the incident went unanswered.

However sources close to the Management confirmed that the incident had taken place.

This incident took place when Malaka had been walking around with a bottle of alcohol in his hand and began harassing other guests and revelers. He had then bumped into another guest and in an ensuing heated argument Malaka had threatened to beat him up.

Another reveler who was patronizing the night club that night and when contacted by Colombo Telegraph said: “The guest who Malaka Silva challenged did not back down and told him that they could take the fight outside. They then proceeded outside with Malaka Silva hurling verbal abuses. When they got outside Malaka Silva’s friend Romesh Kulatunga dragged him to their vehicle and along with ‘Maama’ the three of them took off. This incident happened in the view of hundreds of other revelers who were mortally scared. However many guests who felt uncomfortable decided to therefore leave the night spot”.

Malaka Silva the self-claimed play boy and alleged drug king pin during the former Rajapaksa regime is the son of former Minister of Labour Mervin Silva.

Minister Silva himself was earlier named in a leaked US Embassy cable which read “ according to a former Sri Lankan security services official, drug kingpins in Sri Lanka have political patrons in the government, chief among them Dr. Mervyn Silva, a Member of Parliament and the Minister of Labor. His son, Malaka Silva, is suspected of trafficking the drug “ecstasy” in Colombo”.

Malaka Silva was earlier imposed a legal ban from entering night clubs due to several brawls he had been involved in the past. Silva usually walks in with gun trotting body guards and has had a history of harassing guests especially ladies. Night club owners complain that they detest Silva’s entry to their establishments, as frequent guests walk out no sooner Malaka Silva walks in with his group of armed body guards.

During his last reported incident Malaka Silva was involved in a major brawl with a Scottish national James Casserly at a night club named Rhythm & Blues in Colombo. The incident which ended in court but more so with Malaka ending up suffering a broken nose, was when he had slapped the Scot’s girlfriend Belinda Mc Kenzie. This was after Belinda Mc Kenzie had pushed Malaka away when he had groped her. The Scotsman Casserly who was hailed as a hero in the local media had then punched Malaka Silva in his face resulting in him sustaining a broken nose. Thereafter Malaka Silva’s armed body guards floored and mercilessly assaulted the unarmed Scotsman.

In another reported incident in September 2007, an Accountant named Chaminda Senasinghe the brother of current State Minister of International Trade Sujeewa Senasinghe was hit on his face with pistol butt by Malaka Silva at the Bistro Latino Restaurant. Chaminda Senasinghe suffered 11 stitches to his forehead. Malaka Silva was subsequently remanded for pistol whipping Chaminda Senasinghe.

Other reported incidents of Malaka Silva are as follows

* Malaka Silva and two of his bodyguards on November 2, 2006 pleaded guilty to attacking Police Narcotics Bureau (PNB) officers who were on a drug raid at a night club in a five star hotel.

* An Army intelligence officer Major C. Pradeep was admitted to the National Hospital after being assaulted by Malaka on September 08, 2012

* Malaka Silva was stabbed in the car park of Odel by a group of Army men allegedly working with the presidential security divission. He was admitted to the Nawaloka Hospital. (By Manisha Unantanne)

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    I only have one thing to say, that is here is an uneducated thug trying to show his colours. I just can not imagine this idiot having children. What a waste of human lives that would be.Just put this brainless nhuman being behind bars and throw the key away. So that respectable human beings can enjoy their night out without any interfiearance from this brain dead human being.

    RABBITS BREED RABBITS is the saying which fits this human being.

    • 8
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      well-said!

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      Lal.Fernando

      “I only have one thing to say, that is here is an uneducated thug trying to show his colours.”

      I beg to differ. Education has nothing to with human behaviour. I don’t want to bore you with example.

      “So that respectable human beings can enjoy their night out without any interfiearance from this brain dead human being.”

      There are no such persons as “respectable human beings”, all are corrupt to various degrees and do not hesitate to harm others, ……………. When law enforcement is corrupted to the core how do you expect the courts to send him behind bars and throw the key away? The father has corrupt money and his step uncle Dr Mahinda still has influence over state institutions and its functionaries.

    • 8
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      If I am a betting man I will say he will end-up in parliament.

  • 16
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    Dedicated son follow his father’s foot steps ……..

    These are our future masters of our country….

    One tried to open the door in mid air
    The orther one gone and punched the referee
    Our head of state”s son is most example of our youths
    It’s shows how up bringings are

  • 10
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    The guy is roaming this way due to the corrupt judicial system in our country.
    Another classic case how easy our judges can be bribed.

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  • 0
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    According to this article he had not hit anyone and only a verbal argument which Happens day to day basis and not end up on news ?

  • 0
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    According to this article he had not hit anyone and only a verbal argument which Happens day to day basis with others and NOT end up on news ?

  • 2
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    cant figure out why rajapakse regime has to come in Now its another regime

  • 4
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    Malaka is only one of several vermin who act with an impunity that comes from knowing that transgressions can easily be shaped up by parents with ‘connections’.
    Ordinary police/security would rather turn a blind eye rather than risk career disruption by upholding the law. This way, the guy gets away with all kinds of lawlessness that would land ordinary decent people in hot water. You cannot take your womenfolk to an evening out in Colombo without running the risk that some ‘well-connected’ punk will take a shine to the lady and try to have his way with her. Attempts to intervene could end up with a pistol whipping. Not everyone can get revenge like the small contingent organised by our Raniviru; they advised young Malaka’s security to stay out of the way, and then they thrashed the little bugger to within an inch of his life (and spoil his Odell shopping spree). A little more of that is possible the best medicine for dealing with this type of behaviour. Sometimes, you have to be a bastard to keep a bastard under control.

  • 0
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    Welcome back Nalaka. I thought you & your old man went into hiding after the Yahapalnaya blokes came to power. It seems nothing has changed much & the rats are reappearing from the gutter. Still, I suppose you & the Rajapakse brats are way ahead of Daham & his cronies when it comes to abuse of power. By the way, I miss your old man’s antics too. He was great source of entertainment.

    Anyway, it’s time you & your old man are also investigated & the two of you (& the cronies) spent some time at state expense behind bars.

  • 0
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    Most night spots in Colombo hire Brave Guard bouncers. BG is owned by Lohans family. Malaka will not fuck with the Lohan Ratwatte. He is mortally afraid of them.
    The Silk nightclub is a good example. Malaka never goes there as the bouncers are all Brave Guard.

  • 4
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    what a kind of fucking animal childern created by dirty animal political leaders of this diry counry and still make another news article without taking care of such drug dealers and criminal, what police is doing looking village boys who robbed coconut nuts.

  • 2
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    Malaka is educated well on the downside of Night club entertainment ..After driving past a few Nightclubs in cities of the Western world at night and seeing Young adults staggering out half drunk and in the mood for a fight , this Malaka incident is no news ..part of the Night club culture ..and more much more happens if we notpick on young adult behaviour , but they are addicted despite the danger ..the draw card of belonging to those who dare .Some people are stuck at this stage ,,of boys will be boys !

  • 0
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    “Mamaa” what a name, if I’m not wrong he is the biggest Charlie dealer and big time hustler. Call him on 0777796669 the number 2 guy expensive but good stuff. Or 0774686088 he is the “MAMAA”

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    [Edited out] Please avoid typing all capitalized comments – CT

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