Re: Re: [filtered] Discharge from Secondary Care back to primary Care GP
Tue, 19 Oct, 23:08 (9 hours ago)
Hello again Dr Shantanu Panigrahi and thank you for your detailed explanation of your situation. Firstly its important that I let you know that we are unable to
from: Shantanu Panigrahi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
date: 20 Oct 2021, 08:40
subject: Re: Re: [filtered] Discharge from Secondary Care back to primary Care GP
Thank your for your patience and clarifying a number of points to me in my delusional state: I had updated my mental disturbances last night here: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/1181167984
I hope that you will take this into account. I am sort of thinking accordingly that if the global society does not have any need for one's services, if the nation that one lives under does not wish to have one's services, if one's family does not need one's services, than the time comes after full assessment that one needs to be isolated from the world and live in total seclusion. Right now, my family needs me. I accompanied my wife to see the James Bond film yesterday evening, 'No Time to Die'. It was one of the best James Bond Films that I have seen, and I was gripped by it throughout. This morning we are taking our daughter to her Training programme in Dartford, and I have already had my Covid-19 Infection Survey Swab Test half an hour ago, not sure what I would write back to you for writing back is a must: it is dharma, that if Society has taken an interest in me I must avail myself to society. Hence before we set off to Dartford I am writing this email
I fully accept that you cannot contact Dr Odesanya on my behalf or on behalf of the State to allay my fears born out of paranoia that the State has been trying to boot me out of this country for a very long time. It all started in 2017 when I received an email from Sivaji Panesar of New Delhi in India and then from Mohammad Bakhri of Pakistan and since then the fears grew enormously when I kept getting my Citizenship of the United Kingdom questioned in job applications. That is why I felt that there were proceedings in place behind the scenes to send me to these countries. It could all be delusional of course.
I love the United Kingdom warts and all and would like to spend the rest of my life here. I believed that I was due medical retirement for I have been a mental patient for the past 22 years, with two spells under Mental Health Sectioning in the mental hospitals and still have to take my anti-psychotic, anti-depressant and mood-stabilising medications. I do not know what the final diagnosis is, whether I have incurable paranoid schizophrenia, persistent delusional disorder or autism. The Court of Central London has not ruled on the National Health Service's diagnosis and treatment of my mental condition. So the only person that can do this is my self in my own Diagnosis of Man. Any help that you are able to provide me arrive at a final decision will be gratefully received.
I do not have any hard and fast rules against India or Pakistan and if the State decides in conjunction with the authorities of these two countries to see if they would have me from an official invitation, I would consider it seriously.
Dr Shantanu Panigrahi
On Tue, 19 Oct 2021 at 23:08, <email@example.com> wrote:
Hello again Dr Shantanu Panigrahi and thank you for your detailed explanation of your situation.
Firstly its important that I let you know that we are unable to speak to Dr Odesanya on your behalf or anyone else.
We are here to give you emotional support though.
You talked about the lack of negotiation of your medical retirement, are you able to tell us more about that and how it made you feel?
Could I ask why you feel you are going to be sent to India or Pakistan?
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