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No News is good News?

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Shantanu Panigrahi

To:Info Reform UK

Thu, 25 Apr at 22:44

 

Dear Reform UK Party

 

You only belatedly executed this operation because you found out that the Crown (Queen Elizabeth II and King Charles III) ordered my 26 years of persecution in the United Kingdom, so that the Central London County Court had no choice but to keep quiet on the adjourned Hearing of 20 January 2023 10 pm by the Circuit Judge against the Prime Ministers of the United Kingdom from Theresa May, Boris Johnson, Liz Truss and now Rishi Sunak. The Prime Ministers can be litigated against as Hearings were granted on Claim E35YM660 (primary and permissions to Appeal from me) and Prime Ministers can be prosecuted by the Police since Boris Johnson received a fixed penalty notice for apparently breaking the law on the Covid 19 Partygate affair. So I should never have been allowed to bring the Case E35YM660 against the Prime Minister but for the fact that the secrecy under which the Surveillance Society operates in the United Kingdom ensures that the Monarch is never mentioned in the Full Written Reasons from the very beginning of a Case. The Full Written Reasons for the adjournment must have come out with this conclusion because the Prime Minister of the day protested his innocence of the criminality that I had been victimised with over the said years.

 

When I took out a case against Queen Elizabeth II in Medway County Court years ago litigating for £50,000 in damages then, it was not even acknowledged proving that the Crown is immune. But in reality the Prime Minister and the Monarch operate together constitutionally and it is all kept secret from the public. So why was I asked to pay £4170 to the Cabinet Office on 21 June 2021 if it was the Monarch who was really pulling the strings.

 

Neither the Court of Appeal (Case CA_2023-000750) nor the Supreme Court acknowledged my petition because the Monarchs were the persons who individually ordered my persecution.

 

My private prosecutions against the Chief Constable of Kent Police also failed for the same reason. I could not even take out an injunction against the Chief Constable for the 7 arrests as a Hate Crime against me from 15 September 2021 to March 2024 and Professional Standards Department is unable to furnish a Report on the complaint CO/999/23 because it was the Monarch who had ordered the Constabulary and MI5 to terrorise me out of the United Kingdom or consign me to a mental hospital for a long time or incarcerate me in a prison cell.

 

Thank you for nothing.

 

Yours sincerely

 

Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

 

On Thursday, 25 April 2024 at 20:23:09 BST, Info Reform UK <info@reformparty.uk> wrote:

Good evening,

Thank you for your emails, and we are sorry that we have not met your expectations. Accordingly, we have cancelled your membership with immediate effect, refunded your two payments of £25 as requested, which usually take between five and ten working days to show on your account, and removed you from our mailing lists.

We wish you all the best for the future.

Kind regards,

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