Nothing came from the Central London County Court, after an early morning email from the Samaritans: Re: Re: Have the Samaritans blocked me from receiving emails (knowledgeassessmentanddissemination.com)
and then a letter from His Majesty's Reveneue and Custom that I queried: Disturbing Demand from HMRC to the Conservative Libertarian Publications Limited (Claim E35YM660) (knowledgeassessmentanddissemination.com)
So I sent the following email back to the Samaritans:
Re: Re: Have the Samaritans blocked me from receiving emails2
Shantanu Panigrahi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Wed, 15 Mar at 11:40
As usual, I did a lot of work this morning upgrading my website with a post finally and tweeting, Facebooking and posting in LinkedIn to bring the government to account. There is nothing left for me to do but await the response of the State on Claim E35YM660 before I update my 106th section 'Only Truth is Risk-Free' of my autobiography, 'The Allurement of Reality. Last night only a Vitali-Chi circular email came that I deleted instantly at past midnight but to acknowledge receipt shared a Tweet with Jill Jesson to which no response was forthcoming. Rubbish emails came in gmail account that I deleted. TCLS post came from seemingly Canada into my website, 'Assignment Help Saskatoon can provide superior assistance in academics in numerous ways' I left it there as it enhances the website unlike some previous spamming posts that have now stopped coming.
Your email came at about 9.01 am. I was getting ready to take our daughter Rupa to her work so could not even properly read the message on my Mobile phone. On the way I was thinking to reply on my returning home explaining how I used to get very depressed when my project ideas at the University of Greenwich that dismissed me from employment in 1998, and after 4-5 years of seeking justice for the reinstatement or severance pay of £55,000 I was sent to the Mental Hospital under sectioning for 3 months so that I became very seriously depressed on returning home for years, shattering my belief that God was on my side in my battle for justice, etc; that truth was a spiritual concept not a material thing and injustices were untruths, etc etc. Then on the drive home the thought came to me that dharma (duties and righteous actions) come before truth and reliance on Divinity of God. I had to protect my wife and daughter in our home here in the United Kingdom as the number one priority and then think of what else I should or should not do in these difficult times as my dharma. I felt at that point that anything I wrote back to you can and would be used against me by the State so that it should only be used as Defence arguments in some form or the other in that I am mentally very depressed and suicidal so depressed that I could not even write back to the Samaritans. For writing back was tantamount to seeking fame and fortune materially. The State had already shown that there is no justice for me, so I should remain a mental patient awaiting Britton House's appointment of 26 May 2026 at 10.00 am with a Consultant Psychiatrist, which would be the appropriate venue to voice my depression that I cope with through having responsibilities for my family secluded finally in the home environment.
I was writing all this down in handwritten form notes for such an opportunity at Britton House, to inform the Consultant Psychiatrist that the Samaritans have been persecuting me for 5-6 years and now with this email to protect Kent Police and the Central London County Court that are unable to proceed with their respective duties relating on the offences that I might have committed in the State's eyes on Claim E35YM660.
Then I thought my dharma requires me to acknowledge your email for the State authorities to consider, and this I did by publishing it in my website here: Re: Re: Have the Samaritans blocked me from receiving emails (knowledgeassessmentanddissemination.com) https://www.knowledgeassessmentanddissemination.com/post/re-re-have-the-samaritans-blocked-me-from-receiving-emails
I hope you can make head or tail of this reply.
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I am glad our email was just the thing you needed - how are you feeling today?
When you emailed us over the weekend, you briefly mentioned that you had suicidal thoughts, and that you were thinking about contacting the single point of access for some crisis support, and I wondered if you had managed to get in touch with them and if so, has it helped? It is worrying that you are having suicidal thoughts, have you had thoughts like this before and would it help to talk more about this?
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I telephoned Britton House Community Mental Health Team to enquire what action had been taken on the GP referral regarding medications for I had to find out what was going on. The receptionist said that a letter had been sent to the GP Surgery concerning this. I then drove to the Long Catlis Road Surgery where the receptionist said that no reply had been received from Britton House on the medications matter. They had the letter on the computer from the last blood test results, but no reply had come. I explained that I had telephoned Britton House twice in two days for urgent action as over the weekend I was very depressed having to contact the Samaritans. I was quesy but dd not know what the risperidone or other medications actually do. On my query, she offered to contact Britton House and telephoned and spoke to someone there, but was told that the letter sent by the GP had not yet been actioned. She explained to the Britton House person that I had been depressed and quesy and had to contact the Samaritans. The Britton House person then apparently said that the matter will be dealt with as soon as possible. The Surgery receptionist then asked me to check back on Friday to see if there were any changes emanating. I eft the Surgery at 13.47 hours.
By 16.48 no emails had come except for a Holiday brochure type email from the Caribbean that I promptly unscubscribed from as it had been annoying me with such emails for several weeks.