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To: all MPs

Making the Law Enforcement System Accessible to Ordinary Citizens

Please do not let Courts, Lawyers, Legal establishments such as Legal Ombudsman and Solicitors Regulation Authority and Police bodies ignore ordinary citizens' written representations without emailed, letters or telephone call acknowledgments received by applicants and enquirers within 24 hours.

Why is this important?

I care about this because the ordinary citizen is going through enormous mental suffering when harassed by institutions or other citizens and international criminals operating through social media such as Facebook, Twitter, Religious Forums, and he or she must have recourse to the law within the country so that the criminals do not escape justice.

How it will be delivered

I will email the signatures to my Member of Parliament.




2020-01-29 08:53:44 +0000

2020-01-25 15:32:04 +0000

Court officials and other public institutions are very reluctant to reply to requests for information on the concerns when approached through emails and it gets very hard to get ones issues resolved. The only way to obtain information is through a Hearing of ones concerns.
I have that opportunity at two Hearings that are fixed, one with Canada House (with Care Coordinator), the other with a unnamed Judge at the Central London County Court on 3 April 2020 to have the uncertainties resolved. Such difficulties have been encountered by me over the past twenty two years struggle for justice.

As such I have no option but to keep both these appointments and determine the facts.

2019-11-05 07:26:18 +0000

Social Media accountability to UK Parliament and Law Enforcement

Shan Panigrahi
To:[email protected]
Cc:libdems,Rehman CHISHTI,Labour,Green Party of England & Wales
4 Nov at 12:27
Please consider making this a Party Policy for the forthcoming general election on December 12.

2019-11-03 20:46:25 +0000

I enquired as follows:

1. Thank you for pointing out that I have sent my email ( to the wrong email address, as it should have gone to the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman instead in connection with my complaint C2073056 to the Ombudsman that I have posted today after the Ombudsman’s acknowledgment of complaint came in the post. I hope to report to you in due course.

2. I hope to have resolution of this complaint by the Ombudsman before the County Court at Central London runs out of the 13 weeks within which it will assess whether my Appeal on E35YM660 will result in a successful restoration of my Blog

On Friday, 1 November 2019, 11:49:47 GMT, [email protected] wrote:

Hello - you seem to have sent an email to the wrong email address. We are letting you know so that you can redirect to its intended recipient.