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To The Prosecutor International Criminal Court Dear Sir With reference to International Criminals: (theallurementofrealityinreview.com) there has been certain developments this morning that I wished to bring to your attention and these are attached: Facebook Communication with Shitikant Singh A on 27 January 2022. Shitikant Singh is an agent of the Indian government who infiltrated my Account on Facebook to harass, bully and terrify me under false pretences for my religious belief of peace through ahimsa (non-violence) as I have been a lifetime supporter of our Mahatma Gandhi and followed his example in my religious duties and responsibilities that the present Indian government is against. You will recall that the Bharatiya Janata Party of which Mr Narenendra Modi is the leader and Prime Minister through its Hindutva activist of Nathuram Godse murdered Mahatma Gandhi and is intent on doing the same to me by refusing me my birthright citizenship of India or a Person of Indian Origin status, and so used this person to castigate me as a mental patient when I have continued to insist that I am the sanest person in the world not just now but who has ever walked on the face of this Earth. Kindly expedite the proceedings urgently. Yours sincerely Dr Shantanu Panigrahi 3 Hoath Lane Wigmore Gillingham Kent ME8 0SL United Kingdom Tel: 07967789619
Thu, 27 Jan at 13:22
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23 of February 2022
To the Prosecutor
International Criminal court
The purpose of this letter is to call attention to the crimes that have been committed by Turkey against the people in Rojava. Amnesty International has conducted investigations and made a clear statement that Turkey´s intervention in Syria has violated international law. There is an urgent need to investigate president Erdogan responsibility in the war crimes during the military offensive in Syria. We hereby demand that an investigation is opened to decide what crimes have been committed and who should be held responsible.
The military operation which started on October 9 th, 2019 has resulted in displacement of more than 300 000 people and a lot of civilian casualties, including children. President Erdogan must also be held responsible for the use of paramilitary armed groups, including ISIS, in the war against the Kurds and other minorities in Rojava. Since October 2019, the Turkish army and allied paramilitary groups from ISIS have been burning and destroying property as well as unlawful summary murders on civilians. This has meant the forced displacement of large groups who have once more been forced to leave their homes and are now living in constant fear of attacks from Turkish military forces and their allies.
Amnesty International has reported about massacres in Quamishli and other places and documented the murder of Hevrin Khalaf, a Kurdish female politician who was ambushed on 12 October whilst driving on the highway. She was dragged out of her car, beaten and shot to death.
We thank you in advance for your attention and hope for your outmost efforts to bring swift justice and uphold the norms of international law in the tragic conflict that is taking place in Syria.
Chairman in Soderhamn initiative for peace and freedom in Kurdistan
Ex vice mayor of Stockholm with responsibility for housing and democracy
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