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The Evidence that the Judicial and Law Enforcement System of the United Kingdom requires a Review and a New Approach

With regard to the commitment that The Conservative Libertarian Party of the United Kingdom has embarked upon as outlined here: , the proof for a reveiw has come forth as follows:




from:     Shantanu Panigrahi <>

to:          LinkedIn <>,

"Central London County, Enquiries" <>,

Civil Appeals - Registry <>,

cc:           Jessica Da Costa <>,

Force Control Kent <>

date:      24 Dec 2023, 15:30





Central London County Court



Dear Sir/Madam,


1. With reference to the attached Notice of Hearing on Claim E35YM660(CentLonCtyCrtNOTICE OF HEARING OF APPLICATION.pdf kindly note that I have received no information whatsoever on whether Kent Police intend to issue criminal charges against me as I have not been told as to whether its investigations into alleged Malicious Communications on which I remain a suspect has reached the Crown Prosecution Service and if it has whether I am going to receive formal notification of Summons to Magistrates Court for a Pre-Trial Hearing which is what I want for reasons that the Court will read here: APPEAL AGAINST CONVICTION AND SENTENCING: 10 NOVEMBER 2023, 2 PM TRIAL (


2. Further on Constitutional Law surrounding criminal prosecutions, if Police are still carrying out its primary investigations on Malicious Communications matter, does it stop the Circuit Judge to announce a Ruling and Direction on my Claim for £18.4 million in damages and compensation from the United Kingdom Treasury within E35YM660?


3. Finally, which takes precedence: my Civil Claim against the Prime Minister in the Court of Central London, or the prosecution of a criminal offence that is pending from the continuing silence of Kent Police and North Kent Magistrates Court on my Appeal against conviction and sentencing on the Speeding Offence firstly, or the prosecution of a criminal charge by Kent Police on me as a suspect on Malicious Communications alleged against me?


4. I am copying this email for the attention of Lady Justice Andrews under Appeal CA-2023-000750 at the Court of Appeal, for it appears to me that the entire Justice system has collapsed right in front of our eyes, with LinkedIn refusing the service of proceedings as shown below.


Yours sincerely


Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane



Kent ME8 0SL

United Kingdom

Tel: 07967789619


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Notice of Hearing of Application

In the County Court at Central London

Claim Number E35YM660

Date: 13 December 2022



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The hearing of the claimant’s application dated 23.06.2022

Will take place at 10.00 AM on the 20 January 2023 at the County Court at Central London, Thomas More Building, Royal Courts Of Justice, Strand, London, WC2A 2LL.

Time Estimate 1 hour IN PERSON before a Circuit Judge

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Parties should be aware that this case may be one of several cases that have been listed to

commence at this time. This may mean that your case will not be called immediately at the time scheduled, but may be heard later in the day. We will try to ensure that if your case is listed in the morning it is heard by 1 pm and if your case is listed in the afternoon it is heard by 4 pm. In some circumstances it is possible that your hearing could overrun. You and any witnesses should therefore be available until the end of these periods or even later.

If there are special reasons why this is inconvenient you may make a short notice application to a circuit judge to adjourn. Ordinary inconvenience arising from the fact of being in the unassigned list will not be sufficient reason for an adjournment, nor will the fact that both parties agree to an adjournment.

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. phoning our Disability Contact Officer 0207 947 6063.

To help us provide the best help and support, you should try to explain how your disability affects you and give as much information as you can. This will help our staff or the judge to consider what you’ll need to do during your case and any help we can provide. Our staff will always talk with you and agree any reasonable adjustments you need.


Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane






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