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Shantanu Panigrahi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Force Control Kent Police, Enquiries Kent Police, Enquiries Medway County Court, Central London DJSKEL County Court, Administrative Court Office Case Progression
Fri, 30 Sept at 08:09
Dear Right, Honourable Lindsay Hoyle
With reference to my email as attached: ToLindsayHoyle(SpeakerHOC)29Sep2022.docx in connection with the attached arrest matter (NorthKentPoliceReleasewithoutbail.pdf, the Constitution of the United Kingdom in its Constitutional Monarchy is quite clear: when a petition has been submitted to the Monarch as a last resort as it becomes clear that all other avenues legal, law enforcement and judicial for securing justice has failed, the subject is entitled to petition the Monarch to have his grievances addressed on the racism matter.
The provision of the due process for the channelling of the petition must be through Parliament so the Speaker of the House of Commons is duty-bound to consider the matter under a Select Committee. My petition was submitted in the year 2000 and was passed to Lord Chancellor Lord Irvine and 25 years on the petition is now with Hist Majesty King Charles the III. The only way the petition can be addressed is through the Parliament and this is the reason I have been making my representations to the Speaker of the House of Commons.
Until the petition is resolved, there can be no proceedings against me from Kent Police for whatever it considers that I am suspected of having committed as an offence to the State, for it is a reaction to the petition being lodged to the Constitutional monarch of the day.
I should therefore be grateful if you would clarify whether the current monarch has the petition matter in a resolved state or still unresolved.
Dr Shantanu Panigrahi
3 Hoath Lane
Kent ME8 0SL
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