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A Second Application to the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom


I did not get a reply from the Supreme Court to the following Application: https://shantanup.wordpress.com/2017/04/13/application-to-the-supreme-court-of-the-united-kingdom/. This was unsatisfactory as there was legal uncertainty on how to progress my case for compenstation against Kent Police. I therefore sent in a second application to the Supreme Court as follows:

Ruling by the Supreme Court on the lodgement of primary application in a Civil or Criminal Court Shan Panigrahi To registry@supremecourt.uk CC Enquiries Medway County Legal Services HQ Kent Nckentmc 14 Apr 2017 at 18:25

To The Supreme Court Parliament Square London SW1P 3BD Switchboard: 020 7960 1500 or 1900 Facsimile: 020 7960 1901 DX 157230 Parliament Sq 4 By Email: registry@supremecourt.uk

14 April 2017

Dear Sir

1. I write further to my email communications to the Supreme Court via the registry@supremecourt.uk email address of 13 April 2017 at 9.34 am and the subsequent emails of 13.09, 13.41, 14.11 hours which provided the full background to the civil and criminal aspects of the Case, ‘Sueing and prosecuting Kent Police in Civil and Criminal Courts by Dr Shantanu Panigrahi’.

2. Please find attached the resulting correspondence elicited in the document attached to this email entitled: FrNicGibson(MedwayCountyCourt)13Apr2017.docx, on the dilemma that the Case poses so that it is essential that a decision is taken by the Supreme Court immediately.

3. The Supreme Court is accordingly being requested to provide a judgement on whether the primary application should be lodged in the civil court (Medway County Court) or at the criminal court (North Kent Magistrates Court/Medway Magistrates Court) given the legal uncertainty in the courts that the matter has been processed through on whether the issues on which Kent Police is being pursued by me represents a criminal matter or a civil matter in law.

4. You will note that from the correspondence with Medway County Court that the Court and affected participants are awaiting your judgement.

5. If the Supreme Court rules that the matter can proceed through the civil court first I shall proceed with the matter in Medway County Court.

Yours sincerely

Dr Shantanu Panigrahi 3 Hoath Lane Wigmore Gillingham Kent ME8 0SL • Download FrNicGibson(MedwayCountyCourt)13Apr2017 .docx Reply Reply to All Forward More

The FrNicGibson(MedwayCountyCourt)13Apr2017 .docx document attached was as follows: Suinng and prosecuting Kent Police in Civil and Criminal Courts Medway County, Enquiries To ‘Shan Panigrahi’

13 Apr 2017 at 11:15 Good Morning,

If that is the case, this Court does not need to be included in these emails. You have said in your previous email that this Court needs to reconsider the primary applications which we cannot consider if there is no claim in place. Until an official verdict has been issued by the correct channels, we will not respond any further.

Regards,

Nic Gibson Administrator & IT SPOC Civil Section | HMCTS | The County Court at Medway| Anchorage House, 47 – 67 High Street , Chatham| ME4 4DW Phone: 01634 887914 Web: http://www.gov.uk/hmcts

Please note that I am not the direct administrator for your case and will not answer queries unless they are made through the enquires mailbox enquiries@medway.countycourt.gsi.gov.uk ________________________________________ From: Shan Panigrahi [mailto:shanpanigrahi@yahoo.co.uk] Sent: 13 April 2017 10:28 To: Medway County , Enquiries Cc: nckentmc ; Legal Services HQ Kent Subject: Re: Suinng and prosecuting Kent Police in Civil and Criminal Courts

Dear Ms Gibson

This is a criminal matter in which the Chief Constable of Kent Police is personally to be held liable for the work of Kent Police. It is not appropriate for processing at Medway County Court until after the North Kent Magistrates Court/Medway Magistrates Court has made a ruling and its processing has been completed to determine whether Chief Constable of Kent Police is convicted or not and the nature of the sentence imposed on him and his organisation. Only after that process is completed can Medway County Court can enforce any costs and damages recommended by the Magistrates Court to the Applicant, that is to myself.

Yours sincerely

Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

On Thursday, 13 April 2017, 9:56, ” Medway County , Enquiries ” wrote:

Good Morning Mr Panigrahi,

In regards to your email, the Court still has not received any Claim Forms. The Court cannot act on an informal approach such as an email in regards to issuing a claim and you have been told this on several occasions. The proceedings must be issued on the correct forms so that a proper case can be established and that the Defendant can consider the issues contained therein.

Many Regards,

Nic Gibson Administrator & IT SPOC Civil Section | HMCTS | The County Court at Medway| Anchorage House, 47 – 67 High Street , Chatham| ME4 4DW Phone: 01634 887914 Web: http://www.gov.uk/hmcts

Please note that I am not the direct administrator for your case and will not answer queries unless they are made through the enquires mailbox enquiries@medway.countycourt.gsi.gov.uk ________________________________________ From: Shan Panigrahi [mailto:shanpanigrahi@yahoo.co.uk] Sent: 13 April 2017 08:50 To: Medway County , Enquiries ; nckentmc Cc: Civil Appeals – Listing; Criminal Appeal Office, General Office; maidstonecrowncourt Subject: Suinng and prosecuting Kent Police in Civil and Criminal Courts

To (1) Medway County Court (2) North Kent Magistrates Court/Medway Magistrates Court

Dear Sirs

1. I attach the directions of a Judge at the Maidstone Crown Court concerning my private prosecution of Kent Police for a number of issues that the Police has not responded to, and nor has the Independent Police Complaints Commission to whom my complaint against Kent Police was referred.

2. The direction of the Judge is clearly that I should take my proceedings elswhere. This can only be either at the local Magistrates Court or the local County Court.

3. The Medway County Court was approached last autumn with a submission against Kent Police that I described as being a Counter Claim for £5 million pounds of damages suffered by me. The Court took no action.

4. In February 2017 I lodged a counter prosecution of Kent Police on a speeding offence and whilst the Court showed an inclination to take my prosecution seriously, there has been no response to the application despite a reminder sent yesterday.

5. The matter was referred to the Court of Appeal (Civil Division) to examine and there has been no response from that court. Similarly I have yet to hear from the Criminal Division of the Court of Appeal to the application lodged yesterday late afternoon.

6. Unless either of the Medway County Court and the North Kent Magistrates Court reconsider the primary applications submitted, I am left with no conclusion other than the fact that a citizen is being denied the opportunity to sue and prosecute his local Police Force for damages and conviction/sentencing which I consider this to be a gross infringement of my human rights under the Human Rights Act to live in a safe environment and so wish to take this Case to the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom for adjudication.

7. Your immediate attention will be greatly appreciated.

Yours sincerely

Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

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