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Acknowledgement of Service of Proceedings by Victims of Panigrahi Association (VOPA)

Dear 38 Degrees

You have asked me to contact you through this Help and Support. I do need this help and support. My computer accounts at and have been bastardised by Victims of Panigrahi Association (VOPA). Did you know this? If so, can you send them back to the barracks. The war is over. I wrote to Archon Solicitors half an hour ago to meet the costs of the University outstanding from 2000, as follows:

Costs and Damages: University of Greenwich Employment Termination of 1998:Claim E35YM660

from: Shantanu Panigrahi <>


cc: cccladjournments <>,

Balboa Press UK Dexter Lopez <>,

Adele Miller <>

date: 16 May 2021, 09:00

subject: Costs and Damages: University of Greenwich Employment Termination of 1998:Claim E35YM660



Archon Solicitors

Dear Sirs

I understand that this Employment-associated Defamation dispute is now transferred over to your Law Firm Kingsley Napley (Archon Solicitors, the employment law boutique, has joined Kingsley Napley). The attached proceedings refer: VISHISTA-ADVAITA VEDANTA OF A MAHATMAN (Revised)15May2021.docx; ToOperationsManager(and variousothersinCourtsMrsTheresaMay14May2021.docx.

Please be advised that the Hearing of this matter will take place at the Central London County Court under Claim E35YM660 at 1140 am (level of Judge still to be announced).

I am aware that pending the final judgement, I have to meet your costs with interest that has accumulated from the original Order of the Medway County Court (only part payment of the Cost-Order was made by me pending the Appeals that were in progress), and if nothing else I am keen to rectify this as appropriate in light of the legalities involved immediately, so please let me know the outstanding balance that I need to pay Archon Solicitors today.

Notwithstanding however, I still consider that I am owed roughly £55,000 from the University of Greenwich as severance pay (£20,000 and a reference was offered through my Solicitors Sorrells Solicitors in 1998 without prejudice albeit) and am not going to go on medical retirement [that the Institution of Professionals Managers and Specialists (IPMS) was negotiating with the University on my behalf then and which the University turned down] as I have a current job at Tesco Supermarkets and am still a citizen of the United Kingdom with a fully valid United Kingdom passport (attached: 2021-03-24_104509DrivingLicence&PassportIdentityEvidence.pdf ). Britton House of the Community Mental Health Team has left a message for me yesterday on our Landline that a replacement appointment is being arranged for me to see Dr Odesanya face-to-face - see attached: FrMedCommMentlHealth Team(DrOdesanya)-Appointment Letter) If Dr Odesanya decides at this final stage pending the Hearing that I have truly suffered from an incurable mental disorder of paranoid schizophrenia as indicated by his last Care Plan (attached: FrDrOdesanya(CAREPLAN)11Mar2021.doc, then I should be insisting to the Judge to award me full medical retirement with back pay to be decided by the Judge to 20 October 1998 when my employment was terminated by the University of Greenwich without waiting for the Medical Report and no Disciplinary Hearing to enable me to put forward my case in defence of the charge of being blameworthy of gross misconduct in my official duties to the University.

Further, this employment dispute that widened through the organisation Victims of Panigrahi Association is considered by me to be an ally of the University of Greenwich under secretive operations is widely publicised in the internet in the websites that I have created as attached: Shantanu Panigrahi's Websites April 2021.docx. Should your Client and its associates have any kind of objection to the materials contained in the websites or the contents of the draft book being published by Balbao Press UK referred to above as attached), I should be grateful if you would acknowledge this service of proceedings and let me know if the University of Greenwich and its long-standing associates are willing and able to settle this matter out of court before this Hearing.

Yours sincerely

Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane



Kent ME8 0SL

Tel: 07967789619

6 Attachments


ToOperationsManager(and variousothersinCourtsMrsTheresaMay14May2021.docx


FrMedCommMentlHealth Team(DrOdesanya)-Appointment Letter)


Shantanu Panigrahi's Websites April 2021.docx

Yours sincerely

Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane



Kent ME8 0SL

Tel: 07967789619


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Re: Shantanu in the paper?


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​ ​ ​ Dear Shantanu, We've got something big planned. This week we're pressing go on a full page ad in a national newspaper demanding Boris Johnson gives NHS st

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Dear 38 Degrees,

The criminals are continuing to hack my phone and desktop gmail accounts so this email has not appeared in my desktop gmail account. Please sort this problem out so I can donate again to this very good cause.



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From: Megan Bentall - 38 Degrees <>

Date: 16/05/2021 10:04 (GMT+00:00)


Subject: Re: Shantanu in the paper?

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Dear Shantanu,

We've got something big planned. This week we're pressing go on a full page ad in a national newspaper demanding Boris Johnson gives NHS staff a real pay rise - because his current recommendation of 1% is just not good enough. [1]

But it's an ad with a difference. It's made up of the names of the hundreds of thousands of us that have signed the massive petition calling on the government to properly reward the nurses, doctors, porters, paramedics and more that have worked tirelessly to keep us safe. [2]

Shantanu, you haven't signed yet, but if you want your name included in the advert, there's still time. The deadline is midnight Monday. Just use the button below to add your name and tell Boris Johnson that a pay rise of £3.50 a week isn't good enough. [3] It takes 30 seconds to sign:


Here's what the ad will look like:

So if you want to make sure your name is included, use the button below to sign today:


Thanks for being involved,

Megan, Mike, Matthew, Ellie & the 38 Degrees team


[1] Politics Home: How The 1% NHS Pay Rise Leaves Experienced Nurses With Just £3.50 Extra Per Week

[2] 38 Degrees: Sign the petition: a 1% pay rise for NHS staff is not good enough

[3] See note [1]. In case you missed it, here's the original email we sent back when the government first made their 1% recommendation:

- - - - - - - - - - - -

BREAKING: Did you see this Shantanu?

The government have just released their recommendations to the body that reviews NHS staff pay. And it's outrageous. [1] After a year of working flat out to keep us safe - and putting their lives at risk - the government think our NHS staff deserve a measly 1% pay rise. [2]

They say any higher pay rise would require "re-prioritisation” and that the context of the pandemic has to be taken into account. [3] But if our NHS workers battling Covid from the frontline aren’t worth prioritising, what is?

To make matters worse, after inflation a 1% pay rise for NHS staff would be a real terms pay CUT. [4]

The backlash has already started [5]. And a petition signed by hundreds of thousands of us tonight - as this news breaks - will leave the government in no doubt that the British public won’t stand for our NHS heroes being fobbed off with this “pitiful” amount. For every 1000 of us that signs, we'll send an email alerting Health Secretary Matt Hancock and Chancellor Rishi Sunak.

Will you add your name to the petition right now? Every extra name - and second - counts.


Thanks for being involved,

Megan and the 38 Degrees team

PS. This might be the second email you've had from us today, but this felt so urgent we thought it was worth it. Our NHS heroes need our help today.


[1] Sky News: Recommended 1% pay rise for NHS staff labelled 'pitiful' by nursing union

[2] Guardian: 'It feels like there's no end in sight': NHS staff on battling through exhaustion

ITV News: Covid: At least 230 NHS workers have died during the pandemic - here is a list of all of them

Express and Star: Nurse tells of mental exhaustion on Wolverhampton Covid respiratory ward

The Guardian: NHS sets up mental health hubs for staff traumatised by Covid

[3] Twitter: Chris Smyth

[4] Twitter: Ben Chu

[5] Twitter: Chris Smyth

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So, Shantanu, will you consider setting up a regular donation of a fiver, tenner or whatever you can spare?


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