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A Sri Lankan national who sexually assaulted a Christchurch woman while she slept will be deported as soon as he becomes eligible for parole.

Arumadura Manoj Krishnan Dayachandra De Silva, better known as Krishnan, was sentenced to two years and eight months’ imprisonment on a charge of sexual violation by unlawful sexual connection by the Christchurch District Court on Friday.

The 30-year-old was already in custody for fraud offences committed after the sexual violation incident. His latest sentence will be added to the nine months he is already serving in jail.

De Silva, who has been living in New Zealand since 2014, went out drinking with friends on the evening of November 10, 2018. The group returned to a flat about 11.30pm and the drinking continued into the early hours.

The victim said after her boyfriend passed out on the couch, she kept drinking with De Silva and another man. She was heavily intoxicated when she later went to her boyfriend’s room and fell asleep on his bed.

She woke up some time later and became aware that someone was performing oral sex on her. She started kissing the man thinking it was her boyfriend, but then realised it was not him.

When she got up and turned on the light, she saw the person in bed with her was De Silva.

During the trial, De Silva claimed the sexual encounter had been consensual and her level of intoxication was the only reason she could not remember giving her consent. This version of events was rejected by the majority of the jury.

Judge Tom Gilbert said the incident had a significant impact on the victim, and she was still suffering from the trauma of it 21 months later. She had to take a lot of time off work, and her sleep, mental health and relationships with other people were also affected.

Judge Gilbert said the victim was in a very vulnerable position when De Silva sexually assaulted her. He not only breached her trust, but also the trust of her boyfriend, who he had been friends with at the time.

In October last year De Silva pleaded guilty to 17 charges of using forged documents, and one charge of theft. The offending happened in June and July in Christchurch, Kaiapoi, Rangiora, and Ashburton, and involved several instances during which De Silva purchased goods with forged banknotes.

De Silva claimed he had been under pressure from gang members or associates to commit the offences, but the sentencing judge was not convinced of his claims.

De Silva has already been served with a deportation notice and will be deported as soon as he becomes eligible for parole and a flight to Sri Lanka is available. (stuff.co.nz)


  • நிமல் வெள்ளிக்கிழமை, 14 ஆகஸ்ட் 2020 12:32 பிற்பகல்

    தயவுசெய்து எங்கள் பையனை சுமார் 5 வருடங்கள் சமூக தூரத்துடன் தனிமைப்படுத்தி பின்னர் அவரை இங்கு அனுப்புங்கள். அவருக்கான மீதமுள்ள தனிமைப்படுத்தலை இங்கே செய்வோம். சம்பந்தப்பட்ட NZ பெண்மணியிடம் நாங்கள் இலங்கையர்கள் மன்னிப்பு கேட்கிறோம்.


    சனத் வெள்ளிக்கிழமை, 14 ஆகஸ்ட் 2020 12:38 பிற்பகல்

    அவர் நியூசிலாந்தின் குடிமகனாக இருந்தால் அவரை இலங்கைக்கு நாடு கடத்த முடியாது.


    டீன் வெள்ளிக்கிழமை, 14 ஆகஸ்ட் 2020 12:46 பிற்பகல்

    அவரை இங்கு அனுப்ப வேண்டாம் நாங்கள் ஒரு குற்றவாளி ஏற்றுக்கொள்ளும் நாடு அல்ல, வெளிப்படையாக அவர் புகலிடம் கோரி நிராகரித்திருப்பார், ஆனால் நியூசிலாந்தில் தங்க அனுமதிக்கப்பட்டிருப்பார் .அதனால் அந்த குப்பைகளை அவர் உங்களுடன் வைத்திருங்கள்


    செல்வரத்னம் வெள்ளிக்கிழமை, 14 ஆகஸ்ட் 2020 12:46 பிற்பகல்

    ஹா, ஹா, ஹாஆஆ சில்வா


    GHarry வெள்ளிக்கிழமை, 14 ஆகஸ்ட் 2020 12:58 பிற்பகல்

    சராசரி பையன். இலங்கையர் என்ற வகையில், இந்த அருமையான நாட்டிற்கு இதுபோன்ற மோசமான அத்தியாயம் நமக்கு ஒருபோதும் தேவையில்லை. தயவுசெய்து, இந்த நபரை DEATH க்கு தொங்க விடுங்கள்.


    june macapagal வெள்ளிக்கிழமை, 14 ஆகஸ்ட் 2020 01:34 பிற்பகல்

    அவருக்கு 2 ஆண்டுகளுக்கு பதிலாக ஆயுள் தண்டனை விதிக்கப்பட வேண்டும்.


    ராணா வெள்ளிக்கிழமை, 14 ஆகஸ்ட் 2020 01:57 பிற்பகல்

    மீண்டும் வருக சகோதரரே ... இங்கே நீங்கள் 6 மாத குழந்தைகளை கூட பாலியல் பலாத்காரம் செய்யலாம் 


இதுதான் சிங்களவர்கள் உலகம் .

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இது ஒரு சிறி லிங்கன் சிங்கள பிரச்சினை.  இங்கும் ஒரு நகரில் பல்கலை ஊடாக குடிபுகுந்து செய்தியில் அடிக்கடி வருவார்கள்.  எல்லாம் சிங்கள பெயர்கள்.  அவர்கள் சிறி லங்காவில் சுற்றுலா ரசிய காரிகளுடன் விடும் சேட்டைகளை வெளிநாட்டிலும் செய்கிறார்கள்.

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