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Scams are on the rise. Act now

Scams are on the rise. Act now


from: Shantanu Panigrahi <>

to: NatWest <>

cc: Jessica Da Costa <>,

Civil Appeals - Registry <>,

Northkent <>,

Force Control Kent <>

date: 19 Nov 2023, 13:34

subject: Re: Scams are on the rise. Act now


Dear NatWest

You should know this: PROCESSING OF CLAIM E35YM660 (

When I do business, I do not hang about. There is justice to be fought for. If I send an email addressed to the Duty Judge in a Court of law on a Sunday I am requesting immediate acknowledgement of service, not just an auto acknowledgement that means nothing much. A response is required to prevent the miscarriage of justice in this matter. If the Duty Judge does not reply, and I give him or her another chance now, the matter is immediately appealed to the Court of Appeal under Case No CA-2023-000750 where Lady Justice Andrews is dealing with it on the grounds that I had followed her Ruling to the letter but the Central London County Court has kept silent on Claim E35YM660. Is the Prime Minister Rishi Sunak immune from civil proceedings as the Prime Minister in charge of the processes of Law and Order, and therefore of the Security Services of M15/M16 and the Royal Constabulary in terms of the Police Forces of the country? This has to come out in the Ruling of the Circuit Judge at the Central London County Court under Claim No E35YM660 or from Lady Justice Andrews at the Court of Appeal.

Silence does not establish the facts of the matter.

Yours sincerely

Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane



Kent ME8 0SL

United Kingdom

Tel: 07967789619

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