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Resumption of a Judicial Review at the Adminstrative Court of the Royal Courts of Justice

I have had to resume proceedings at the Administrative Court of the Royal Courts of Justice as follows:

Judicial Review of Kent Police’s Notice to Prosecute with regard to Notice of Intended Prosecution Number: 49350897 Shan Panigrahi To Case Progression Administrative Court Office 19 Dec 2016 at 13:10

To Administrative Court Royal Courts of Justice London

Dear Sir/Madam

1. Please conduct a Judicial Review immediately to investigate the legal validity of Kent Police’s decision this afternoon (from the evidence of its continuing silence) to prosecute me for an alleged offence despite the evidence that I have submitted of the circumstances relating to my innocence. This matter relates to earlier proceedings that I have had with you during the course of the past two years.

2. I confirm to you that I am fully entitled to Full Fee Remission for this application given that I am without any property of my own, live singly for all intents and purposes, and earn only £85 per week.

Yours sincerely

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

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The defence submitted was as follows:

The final nail in the coffin of the British State Shan Panigrahi To CC Enquiries Medway County 17 Dec 2016 at 20:29

To Mr David Currie Head of Central Process Unit Driver Diversion Team Kent Police Headquarters Sutton Road Maidstone Kent ME15 9BZ By email:

17 December 2016

Dear Mr Currie

Notice of Intended Prosecution Number: 49350897

1. Firstly, in the absence of any further communication from you your letter of 8 December 2016 represents the final nail in the coffin of the British State as we know it because I waited to see if the postman would deliver some document from any of the legal authorities of the United Kingdom up to this Saturday morning but nothing arrived and there had been no direct replies to my emails of 15 December 2016 from Kent Police and Medway County Court.

2. Secondly, you should know I was only following God with my activities – He wanted me to go through this experience of confronting and squashing evil. I have concrete proof of this that is well-documented in my Diaries which must be taken into account.

3. Thirdly and most importantly no one in the legal authorities have so far denied that the Queen personally ordered my persecution through the use of the apparatus of the State, as detailed in my Blog:

4. Fourthly, I have no money or property because I chose to live minimally earning only £85 per week that is barely enough to buy my food necessities so I cannot pay you any money for the offence you say I have committed for which no proof has so far been sent to me. Fortunately, I would be homeless if it was not for the generosity of my wife who has permitted me to live in her house despite being at loggerheads with her on how to live; in this regard please note that we have been on the verge of divorce for years, ever since she referred me to the mental health authorities of the National Health Service who Sectioned me twice and enforced medication on me as a condition for permitting me to live in the community nowadays. When I point out to my wife that I am a free man she says that is only because they all know that you to be mentally ill. So there is no common ground for a good marriage but I survive on with my views and beliefs.

5. In light of the aforementioned when can I expect this matter to be resolved, please?

Yours sincerely

Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

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23 December 2016 Update:

The following correspondence took place:

(a) The document: ToAdminCourt(JR)21Dec2016.docx:

RE: Legal Ombudsman CMP-048194 ABC:00522066 * OFFICIAL * (5)

Shan Panigrahi <>


Administrative Court Office, Case Progression

21 Dec 2016 at 16:52

Dear Sir

I had applied for an extension of time limit to apply for the Judicial Review.

Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

On Wednesday, 21 December 2016, 16:39, “Administrative Court Office, Case Progression” <> wrote:

Dear Sir,

As soon as the court reference is provided, please re-send your query to the court.

Best Regards,


Leslie Cousins Case Progression Officer I Administrative Court Office Office

Queen’s Bench Division | HMCTS | Royal Courts of Justice| Strand, London | WC2A 2LL

Phone: 020 7947 6655


From: Shan Panigrahi [] Sent: 21 December 2016 16:26 To: Administrative Court Office, Case Progression Subject: Re: Legal Ombudsman CMP-048194 ABC:00522066 * OFFICIAL *

Dear Sir

I have asked the solicitor Terence Channer (copied to the Legal Ombudsman) for the Case Number.

Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

On Tuesday, 20 December 2016, 11:47, “Administrative Court Office, Case Progression” <> wrote:

Dear Sir,

If your case has already been issued; please provide the case number. Otherwise this email inbox is not for use where there are pre-action correspondence between the parties. Where correspondence between parties is sent to this inbox and there is not a current case issued, the emails will be deleted as there no electronic filing available due to a case not existing.

Many thanks.


Sahin Chowdhury

Senior Case Progression Officer | Room C315 | Administrative Court Office | T: 020 7947 6655 | F: 020 7947 7845

If replying by email, please use the following address:

From: Shan Panigrahi [] Sent: 19 December 2016 17:36 To: Enquiries Cc: Terence Channer; Administrative Court Office, Case Progression Subject: Re: Legal Ombudsman CMP-048194 ABC:00522066

Dear Sir

1. In your earlier email you stated an either-or procedure for my complaint to be registered with the Legal Ombudsman for investigation, as follows:

In order for this Office to be able to accept your complaint for investigation you need to either,

· make a complaint to the Firm and give them the required eight weeks to respond or

· complete the complaint form attached and provide the extenuating circumstances that you feel we should consider.

2. Why has this changed now? I took the option of making the complaint and gave the Firm the eight weeks (until 13 December 2016) to apply for my Judicial Review at the High Court (Administrative Court). This has not only not happened so far no reason has been provided to me by Scott Moncrief and Associates for its lack of action.

3. Kindly note that the proceedings at the High Court have been approved by that Court as being of legitimate concern and all it needs is for Mr Terence Channer to complete the formalities of submitting the necessary Form along with the Court Fee of £154 which I will reimburse and I will pay the required solicitors fees in due course for this action.

4. I am copying this email to the Administrative Court so that it is aware that the solicitors have been recruited and are responsible for the action that is required now given the 3-month time limit for action from the date of the decision (8 December 2016). Pending the decision of the Legal Ombudsman on this complaint, I am hereby applying to the Court for an appropriate extension of the time limit for bringing the Judicial Review by completing the Form completion formalities.

Yours sincerely

Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

On Monday, 19 December 2016, 15:17, Enquiries <> wrote:

Dear Dr Panigrahi

Thank you for your recent email dated 5 and 8 December 2016.

We apologise for the delay in our response however we are experiencing a large volume of work currently.

We would like to explain that the CMP number is the complaint reference number and this is very unlikely to change through the life of the complaint. The abc number is a tracking number for our IT systems and will be different for each communication.

You mention that the Firm name is not mentioned in the subject line of our most recent email to you dated 5 December 2016, this does not mean that the Firm’s name has been removed from the complaint simply that it is not necessary to repeat it in the subject line of every email.

It appears that you sent your expression of dissatisfaction to the Firm on 18 October 2016 and the eight weeks response period is calculated from the date of complaint. In this instance the expression of dissatisfaction was made 18 October 2016 so the eight weeks expired at close of business on 13 December 2016.

You may now bring this matter to our Office by completing the complaint form and returning it to us.

We look forward to hearing further from you shortly.

Yours sincerely

Assessment Centre Legal Ombudsman

Telephone: 0300 555 0333


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