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MY Errors in Employment and with the rest of society over the past 24 years

MY Errors in Employment and with the rest of society over the past 24 years

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Sun, 8 May at 11:37


Dear Sirs


I wish to this Sunday morning apologise unreservedly for the errors that I made during my employment at BP Lenham, Tesco Aylesford and Sainsburys Tonbridge Road Maidstone and first at the University of Greenwich that led to hearings and my dismissals from employment.


When I have been shunned by all the people and institutions of the State that I have had communications with legally and medically, it has dawned on me that that I have been suffering from various kinds of mental illnesses and these stemmed from delusions that I was destined to do some great works in my life as delusions of grandeur revolutionising the way society is run and governed by the State and its overseas relations.


My brother and my mother both suffered terrible mental disorders born of a belief in a Personal God who we were brought up to believe in as Hindus and my mother committed suicide as well as trying to take the life of our sister as a baby. I must now accept that I was genetically predisposed to mental illness as a combination of high intelligence that I do have but conflated with religious beliefs and ingrained practices that our Mahabharatta and Bhagavad Gita teaches us to do as karma in sanatan dharma, that is do the work of God to restore dharma on Earth, in other words to fight for one's rights in the battlefield of life for perceived injustices. The Courts have consistently rejected such Claims as Divine and as such I must now accept that I was in the wrong all the time during the past 24 years. There is no such thing as Divine with a capital D: one can only try to be divine-hearted as an individual human being with kindness and empathy to others.


I have therefore this morning stopped believing in a Personal God as having been the driving force of my what Hindus call dharmayudha although the term is interpreted in different ways to suit each person who calls himself or herself as a Hindu. I accept that it was my ego that was using God delusionally as justifying my actions in my adulthood.


The reason to write to you is purely and simply to apologise, and I also apologise to Her Majesty the Queen for the foolhardy derogatory remarks that I made during the states of paranoid schizophrenia and persistent delusional disorders that I was rejecting out of hand in line with my religious beliefs.


As an atheist today I wish to turn over a new leaf for the rest of my life and accordingly hope that you will accept my apologies. I withdraw all the legal proceedings that I have recently put in place including the Injunction served on Kent Police for I must face the consequences of my actions.


I have no defence to offer than the environmental factors of upbringing with my high intelligence that secured me a PhD and distinction level Diploma in Agricultural Development when I was working in an unblemished scientific career at the University of Greenwich. I was too ambitious and broke rules and was discourteous to colleagues at the University for which the University rightly found me blameworthy of gross misconduct on reflection today.


There are no ulterior motives underlying this email but I hope we can all draw a line underneath my activities in the United Kingdom over the past 24 years now and move on with a fresh outlook given the economic difficulties that the country is facing with the cost of living crisis and other political and military developments that should engage all our minds.


I do wish to enter into the work force for the Psychiatrists have always said and my Carer agrees that work will be therapeutic for me. I am now a peace-loving person and wish to get on with everyone in the United Kingdom.


I am hoping that with this apology there would be hope for me yet to live a productive life in this world of ours.


Yours sincerely


Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

Tel: 07967789619

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