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Permission to Appeal District Judge Lightman's Order dated 21 June 2021 on Claim E35YM660

Permission to Appeal District Judge Lightman's Order dated 21 June 2021 on Claim E35YM660

from: Shantanu Panigrahi <shanpanigrahi3000@gmail.com>

to: "Central London County, Enquiries" <enquiries.centrallondon.countycourt@justice.gov.uk>

cc: "KMPTPALS (KENT AND MEDWAY NHS AND SOCIAL CARE PARTNERSHIP TRUST)" <kmpt.pals.kmpt@nhs.net>,

enquiries@kent.police.uk,

Complaints <complaints@conservatives.com>,

jo@samaritans.org,

info@mind.org.uk,

admin.team@medwayadvice.org.uk

date: 28 Sept 2021, 08:32

subject: Permission to Appeal District Judge Lightman's Order dated 21 June 2021 on Claim E35YM660

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To

Maria Prentice

Central London County Court


Dear Sir


It is wrong in the extreme that you did not reply to my email yesterday as attached: ToCentralLondonCountyCourt(MariaPrentice)27Sep2021.docs and ToCentralLondonCountyCourtJudiciary27Sep2021.docx, as I wished to bring this matter to a closure given that I had already taken Samadhi last Friday but for your email to me yesterday early afternoon reigniting the proceedings.


I make this statement just for the record that I have tried my level-best to truth-accommodate having come out of retirement that I wish to be a short period, and not get me embroiled in legal and medical processes indefinitely. That simply would not be fair to any law-abiding citizen like me.


I am therefore bound to say that if you do not send me an email by12.00 noon this morning, I would consider the matter closed with the evident conclusion that there is no justice for an immigrant who has naturalised in the United Kingdom, and we are therefore second class citizens.


Yours sincerely


Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

Tel: 07967789619


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