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Dear Sirs


With reference to Claims Number HQ17X01773, E35YM660 and J00ME572, the Solicitor's Regulation authority has written that there is insufficient regulatory evidence for it to proceed with the examination of highly corrupt practices of BLM Law under the oversight of the Chief Constable of Kent Police, as attached FrSolicitorsReglationAuthority(yourrecentreports)14July 2022.docxi.


Would I be right to assume that proceedings have now been completed, as speculated in the link below?

The Endemic nature of the Culture of Institutional Racism in the United Kingdom

https://www.thelibertariandemocrats.com/post/the-endemic-nature-of-the-culture-of-institutional-racism-in-the-united-kingdom

The Endemic nature of the Culture of Institutional Racism in the United ...

I have given up trying to access justice in the country that I have lived in for 49 years. The culture of racism...


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Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

Tel: 07967789619


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Dear Dr Panigrahi

We write further to your recent correspondence regarding Berrymans Lace Mawer LLP and Slater & Gordon UK Limited.

You may recall that we wrote to you on 22 September 2021 advising that we will not be able to respond to any further emails we receive unless we identify regulatory action we can take. I have attached a copy of this email for ease of reference.

Your correspondence regarding the above firms has been assessed in line with our Assessment Threshold Test and we can confirm that there is insufficient evidence to demonstrate a breach of our standards and regulations. Our files have therefore been closed.

I note that you have received automated responses and emails from our Contact Centre advising that you would receive a response within a certain timeframe. It appears that these emails were sent without noting the above restriction being in place. I am sorry if this raised your expectations.

I can confirm that the SRA’s position remains the same in that we will not be responding to further emails from you unless we identify that the issues you have raised require regulatory action.

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Dear Dr Panigrahi

Thank you for the emails you have sent to us over the past few months. I am very sorry for the delay in my response.

Having reviewed the emails provided we have not identified concerns about solicitors that we can take forward.

Some of the emails you have sent include issues you have raised against organisations we do not regulate such as Sainsburys and the United Nations. We are therefore unable to help with these matters.

Your recent email asks Wai Leung Solicitors to pay compensation because it did not represent you. There can be a number of valid reasons why a solicitor is unable to represent a party for example there may be a conflict of interest so this by itself would not warrant regulatory action. It is not clear from the information provided why the firm did not represent you but if you feel it was due to unethical reasons then please provide further details of your concern to report@sra.org.uk so we can consider this further. It may help to explain however, we have no power to instruct a firm to pay compensation. Our role is to make sure solicitors are fit to practise. And when there is evidence to show that a solicitor has acted unethically we will take disciplinary action to prevent future poor behaviour.

Further details about the work we do can be found on our website- https://www.sra.org.uk/consumers/who-we-are/what-sra-about/.

I hope you will understand that it does take time to review emails and we are unable to keep doing so where they do not relate to the work we do. With this in mind, we will not be able to respond to any further emails we receive unless we identify regulatory action we can take.

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Subject: Fw: Disciplinary matters relating to Wai Leung Solicitors

Dear Wai Leung Solicitors

What do you have to say about this?

How much compensation do you offer me in order to drop this matter, and salvage your sino eputations? The sum must be paid on my behalf to Miss Katrina Sale at the email address shown in payment for personal services to be rendered by her to me, in due course when I have it I will notify you of her addresses to send it to.

Yours sincerely

Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

From: Shantanu Panigrahi <shanpanigrahi3000@gmail.com>

To: contactcentre@sra.org.uk, complaints@sra.org.uk, complaintsteam@sra.org.uk

Date: 21 Sept 2021, 16:07

Subject: Disciplinary matters relating to Wai Leung Solicitors

Dear Solicitors Regulation Authority

Further to my telephone call to you on Tuesday, here below is their unsatisfactory and unprofessional email.

I want them to compensate me for my time spent due to their lackadaisical ways and consequential losses for their extended period of deliberation before they purported to renege on their implicit agreement to act as my solicitors which is an attitude contrary to their current standing with the SRA.

They must also assist in my proceedings commencing against the criminal torturer and sadist Doctor O. or F. Odesanya, going by the Christian names of both Olafemi and Femi. He is a domestic terrorist and must be quickly bankrupted under the Proceedings of Crime Act and then deported back to where they appreciate witch doctors and offer cow and buffalo sacrifices.

Yours sincerely

Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

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To: Shantanu Panigrahi <shanpanigrahi3000@gmail.com>

Date: Tue, 21 Sept 2021 at 13:06

Subject: Re: Disciplinary matters relating to Miss Katrina Sale

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