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Proceedings: Samaritans interventions

Updated: Oct 17, 2022

Re: Samaritans interventions3




Shantanu Panigrahi <>


Central London DJSKEL

Fri, 14 Oct at 22:41



Central London County Court

Your Honour

I had drawn a line under this saga but for the following email that I have just received in relation to the futile search for a Law Firm that I needed to chase up the Appeal on Claim E35YM660 at the Central London County Court as linked here:


The State authorities has once again got the Samaritans to write to me when the Parliamentary and Health ~Service Ombudsman showed no inclination to do the right thing and reply to the email that I had sent it in connection with the attached application: NHS Complaint Form printable.pdf: please refer to the following link The Samaritans, Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman and GP Surgery (

It it is not right for a citizen to pay £100 in Court Fee for the referred to appeal and see no progress in the Hearing of the Claim which seeks £5 million in damages and compensation. The email from the Samaritans is the State using the back door to get me back under the clutches of Britton House to cover up its criminality in relation to whether I am sane individual or indeed am mentally disturbed to the extent that I have paranoid schizophrenia with persistent delusional disorders or Bipolar with delusions or autism or personality disorder all of which I dispute.

I am not frustrated, I accept the judgment of the Court that the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and the Chief Constable of Police forces cannot be litigated against in our Constitution if you say so in clear written words.

Please let me know your latest deliberations on the matter so that I can take stock and chart my way forwards accordingly.

Yours sincerely

Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane



Kent ME8 0SL

Tel: 07967789619

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Subject: Re: Samaritans interventions

Dear Shantanu

How are you feeling today and how is your wife?

We care very much about your well being and understand your frustration while you wait to be referred to Britton House for a face to face appointment. How do you feel about the appointment with Jayne East on 24 October?

You have said in previous e-mails that writing down your feelings and being listened to has helped you in times of need, this emotional support from Samaritans will always be here for you Shantanu.

You mention in your last e-mail that you wish to lodge an official complaint regarding our conduct towards you in your struggle for truth and justice. This can be done by phone, or e-mail via

We remain here for you in your times of distress as always, to offer emotional support and to listen to your thoughts and feelings.

Take care.



You can call Samaritans free on 116 123 day or night, 365 days a year, from any phone in the UK or Republic of Ireland. A trained volunteer will answer the phone as soon as they can.

When you email us, we aim to respond within 24 hours. This means it will usually be several hours before someone reads your email. If you need urgent support, we can respond more quickly if you call.

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