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Communications with the Indian High Commission and the OISC


The following exchange took place with the Indian High Commission and the Office of Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC):

egregious method? From HC London (2) Shan Panigrahi To hc.office@hcilondon.in CC Sarah Mahfouz 18 Dec 2017 at 15:49

To The High Commissioner Indian High Commission

Dear Sir

1. Thank you for this email.

2. I am a bit reluctant to do what you have suggested in that it is I believe it would be a criminal offence to declare that my UK passport has been stolen when I have it in my possession. This matter is being dealt with by the Office of Immigration Services Commissioner under a complaint registered against Dr Sivaji Panesar who telephoned Bury, the associate of Article 1. The Home Office has this afternoon asked me to refer this matter again to the OISC for a reconsideration of that complaint in light of what you have written in this email. Hence this email is being copied to the OISC.

Yours sincerely

Dr Shantanu Panigrahi 3 Hoath Lane Wigmore Gillingham Kent ME8 0SL

On Sunday, 17 December 2017, 4:49, Anonymous wrote:

Dr Panigrahi, I am working for Indian HC. I am using the public portal anonymous comms because this contact is most irregular and against rules. There is one Dr S.Panesar on MHA staff, but dont know if first name is Shivaji, and has never come to work in London office for at least 4 years. I think someone borrow his name for bad motive? Pakistan material is THE BOGUS! See address even they put there, it is not of PHC, but has abuse in it. How can you think it real? I did some diggings in the computers. No PIO card ever issued to you. Address we hold is one that appear on your web-site. No other even going back to earliest record. But MHA does have record your claim you did revoke british nationality and applied, in an incorrect manner, registered appn to state govt (Orissa!). So it is on c-file, but no action taken by Rep. of India because of procedural irregularities. At London HC your c-file shows we had much comms about you since Sep. I think you can have some real enemies who are trying to make maximum troubles for you? They must have sent fake renunciation to Home Office (UK)? This is the only way I can think to determine if your UK passport is valid or not. Asking people is no use. Trick could be, you leave U.K., they wait till you try to return then produce documents at immigration that it is invalid due to said renunciations. I have the practical suggestion, but it is very irregular. While in UK, declare your passport stolen and apply Home Office for replacement. From your Feb trip to India record, I can see it is an older one but a biometric. So you dont lose so much time. If they give you replacement now, you are safe. If they decline, you are in UK and have many more rights than if disembarking at LHR/LGW. This way, definite answer. I dont see problem for you at India end, unless Foreign Office declare your passport invalid during your time entering or in or departing Rep. of India. Request, do not put on your web-site, bad habit you have. I can get into troubles if you do because all c-file access is logged. Wishing you every luck, Jai Hind! __________________

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Comment: There was no acknowledgment from either the Indian High Commission nor the OISC.

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December 18, 2017 - Posted by shantanup | Uncategorized

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1. Considering that you have a history of delutional disorders, is it possible that you fabricated the message from “Annonymous”? It seems unlikely that someone working for the India HC would risk position by violating rules laid out regarding communication. It seems unlikely that a “real” 3rd party would care enough to create such an obvious fabrication simply to troll you.

Comment by The ORIGINAL devi8 | December 19, 2017 | Reply

o I did not fabricate anything: It came from Anonymous <nobody@remailer.paranoici.org.

The Home Office of the United Kingdom, through the OISC if not directly, cannot invalidate my UK passport until I have an Indian passport to travel on because that would be a deliberate act of making me stateless which is against international law for which I would be writing to the United Nations from the position of living in the United Kingdom in a lacuna.

The High Commission of India has been given the opportunity to respond on whether such an application from me would be considered favourably, so the Home Office of the United Kingdom does not have a leg to stand on.

Basically, the United Kingdom has been stuffed senseless for its moronic persecution of me over 19 years.

Comment by shantanup | December 19, 2017 | Reply

§ I’m not convinced. One might think that the India HC would only want an office in GB with a far better command of the English language. In the case of this communication the English is so poorly written as to seem contrived.

Comment by The ORIGINAL devi8 | December 23, 2017

2. The UK State has had plenty of time to clarify my citizenship, nationality and validity of my passport (https://shantanup.wordpress.com/2017/12/18/complaint-to-the-home-office-on-aim-at-not-becoming-stateless/). As mentioned in the comments section here, https://shantanup.wordpress.com/2017/11/15/appeal-to-the-court-of-appeal-on-state-organised-persecution/ formal proceedings have begun at the European Court of Human Rights by virtue of a letter to the Council of Europe Human Rights Commissioner on 12 December 2017. I will travel using my UK Passport accordingly. 18.38 hrs, 23 December 2017.

Comment by shantanup | December 23, 2017 | Reply


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