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Shantanu Panigrahi <email@example.com>
firstname.lastname@example.org, PCC Correspondence Kent, AGO Correspondence Attorney General,
CATLIS Long (LONG CATLIS ROAD SURGERY), KMPTPALS (KENT AND MEDWAY NHS AND SOCIAL CARE PARTNERSHIP TRUST), Phso Enquiries
Sun, 18 Dec at 09:25
Hope you are doing well.
I have re-joined the Conservative and Unionist Party after all your help to me in the recent months. I was reassured that all is well especially in relation to the attached matter: ToLuluccMedwayCountyCourtPoliceForceControl(J00ME572)17Dec2022.docx; which you will find self-explanatory hopefully.
The Home Office Ministers may have contacted you about my queries by now, and if so please let me know what was decided. I do not still know that the Attorney General has put a Restraining Order on me to prevent me from undertaking litigations but judging by the lack of response from Kent Police to the correspondence and no Freedom of Information data that I had sought from Kent Police and HMCTS, these matters seem now to been closed avenues to me to activate, except that Kent Police still retain our desk-top computer, my Mobile Phone, Amazon Fire tablet and USB Memory Stick from the seizure of these devices on 24 November 2021. Perhaps the Attorney General can clarify this matter for me, so I am copying the email to him.
I have not received a penny of compensation nor an apology from Kent Police for what I perceived as victimisation, persecution, terrorism and defrauding of my financial rights as a Hate Crime so raised a question to the Home Secretary Suellla Braverman if there should be policy changes in accordance with what I wrote to you about a few months ago. She is holding an online meeting on the 20th of December 2022 at 5.30 pm and I hope to log in and find out if there will be any new policies announced on Policing Methods.
Be that as it may, I am ready and willing to assist the Conservatives in the Gillingham and Rainham Constituency as I wrote to Martin Goodman at Membership about -see attached: ToMartinGoodman(Conservatives MY COMMITMENT TO THE CONSERVATIVE AND UNIONIST PARTY)15.Dec2022.docx
On a minor matter, I logged into the Conservative Policy Forum and tried to put in a New Ideas Forum suggestion on Safety First Principle of Conservative Libertarianism in the macroeconomic management of the economy after the Liz Truss debacle but the submit button would not work for some strange reason. This is why I am copying this email to the chariman.at conservatives.com
The Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman (PHSO) did not ever acknowledge my complaint against the National Health Service and through Kent Police appointed Social Worker (I presume) when I was arrested for the second time spaced a year apart, I received the attached letter from the Community Mental Health Team (FrBrittonHouse(letter6Dec2022received8Dec2022).docx. I am due to receive a telephone consultation from Dipti the Mental Health Pharmacist at Long Catlis Road Surgery on the 23rd of December 2022 concerning this matter because KMPT (PALS) after sending me an email following the registration of the complaint at PHSO did not come back to my reply.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, Rehman. Thanks for being there for me when I needed you most. I would be grateful for all your assistance
Dr Shantanu Panigrahi
3 Hoath Lane
Kent ME8 0SL
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Sun, 18 Dec at 09:26
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Sun, 18 Dec at 09:30
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