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Shantanu Panigrahi






Tue, 26 Mar at 08:47



Employment Tribunal

South London



Dear Sir/Madam


Following the failure of the Ashford Hearing Centre of the South London Employment Tribunal to obtain evidence from the co-conspirators of the University of Greenwich for my Hearing which meant that I could not attend the Tribunal or my case would have been prejudiced against me, I appealed to the Employment Appeals Tribunal and thence to the Court of Appeal which is obliged to consider the matter in conjunction with the Medway County Court as attached: ToMedwayCountyCourtccDanielCavangahKingsleyNapley(Automatic Reply ME010463)Hearing26Mar2024.docx.


In the circumstances it would not be an abuse of the process of Medway County Court for the referral that I had made given the lack of positive outcomes to my submissions.


Unfortunately, I do not have the Employment Tribunal Case Number that dates back to 1999, but please take account of the fact that this matter is not out-of-time in view of the continuous nature of the legal proceedings over past 25 years.


Your immediate response is awaited.


Yours sincerely


Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane



Kent ME8 0SL

United Kingdom

Tel: 07967789619



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Tue, 26 Mar at 08:47


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