Shantanu's Humanology

When legal processes fail to produce dispute resolution, the next course is the complaint to the Speaker of Parliament to assess how new laws can be enacted, as follows:

Your complaint to the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman (Reference number: C2105048) PHSO:06660021032

Yahoo/Inbox Shan Panigrahi To:digital@ombudsman.org.uk

Cc:Patient Notes 13 Nov at 10:02

Dear Sir

I wished to have a summary of the findings of the following complaint today because it was unacceptable to me that after years of representation to the Parliamentary an Health Service Ombudsman, I received the following email stating that it could be a further 8 weeks before the Ombudsman is even able to even consider whether my complaint could go to the next stage of being assigned a Case Worker by the PHSO and if not the complaint was to be considered resolved or uninvestigable by the Ombudsman.

In either event it would have been proof that the Consultant Psychiatrists operating within the National Health Service do their duties unsupervised and unaccountable to a higher authority whether that is the courts through legal process or through assessment by the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman.

In regard to this I am still imposed upon by the National Health Service into my privacy and well being in that the NHS is not clarifying to me whether the anti-psychotic and anti-depressnat medications upon me was merely a recommendation or an enforcement that is to do with the maintenance of a stable State rather than the well-being of the patient in terms of his medical afflictions. What Dr Mawanche said to my request to have a second opinion on my diagnosis and treatment was that it would be difficult to organise this. This has proven to be the case as I have still not heard from Benenden Health as to whether an endocrinologist would be assigned to me on my full membership of Benenden Health (Membership Number 011293713) that comes into effect today.

If I do not receive a response, I will refer this matter to the Speaker of the House of Commons with immediate effect so that a private member's bill may be read out in the House concerning the issue through my member of Parliament in Gillingham and Rainham after the general election of 12 December 2019.

Your immediate attention would be greatly appreciated.

Yours sincerely

Dr Shantanu Panigrahi 3 Hoath Lane Wigmore Gillingham Kent ME8 0SL Tel: 07967789619

On Tuesday, 12 November 2019, 09:15:46 GMT, Phso Enquiries wrote:

In Confidence

Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

12 November 2019

Dear Dr Panigrahi

Thank you for sending us your complaint about Kent and Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust This is to let you know that we have received your complaint and to give you some important information about our service.

We will now pass your case to a caseworker to decide whether we should carry out an investigation.

At the moment there will be a wait of around 8 weeks before this happens as we are working on a higher number of cases.

Once a caseworker is available they will contact you to discuss your complaint. Why we need to decide whether to investigate your complaint We investigate complaints where we can unless there is a good reason not to. This could be because we see that the organisation you complain about acted correctly, or because they have already acknowledged and put right any mistakes they made.

We also have to check if we can investigate in line with our legal powers. We also look to resolve complaints quickly without the need for an investigation wherever we can. If we decide not to investigate, we will clearly explain why and offer help and advice where needed.

If we decide to investigate, we will let you know and give you more information about what will happen next.

How we use your information

We often need to get more information to help with our consideration of your complaint and we may share details about you and your complaint with Kent and Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust. We may also ask for advice about your complaint from someone with specialist knowledge (for example, a health professional).

If you do not want us to share the information you have given us with others, please tell us straight away.

We carry out our work in private, which means we do not discuss or publish details of your complaint with anyone other than those involved. Sometimes we share our reports with other bodies responsible for regulating public services, such as the Care Quality Commission, in order to share learning from our work.

We publish short, anonymised summaries of completed cases on our website and publicise these.

If you do not want us to publish your case in this way, or have any questions, please let us know. You can find out more at www.ombudsman.org.uk/about-our-case-summaries.

Only our staff or people acting on our behalf have access to the records we hold about your complaint.

We want to check that we are providing a good service, so we might use your complaint for training and monitoring purposes.

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Our independent research company may invite you to take part in a survey to help us improve our services.

We survey people at different points throughout our process. Any feedback you give within these surveys will remain completely confidential, and your responses would only be shared in an anonymous format, unless you tell us otherwise.

If you would prefer not to take part please call us on 0300 061 4222, or email customersurvey@ombudsman.org.uk.

Yours sincerely

Jasmine Kyle

Intake Caseworker

T: 0345 015 4033

E: phso.enquiries@ombudsman.org.uk

W: www.ombudsman.org.uk

13 November 2019 Update:

The following acknoweldgement was received from Parliament:

Speaker's Role in Private Members Bill

Yahoo/Inbox noreply@parliament.uk

To:shanpanigrahi@yahoo.co.uk

13 Nov at 10:52

Subject: Speaker's Role in Private Members Bill Question:

Please let me know the procedure from the public to correspond with the Speaker of the House of Commons on an urgent life or death matter, as follows:

Your complaint to the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman (Reference number: C2105048) PHSO:06660021032

Yahoo/Inbox Shan Panigrahi To:digital@ombudsman.org.uk

Cc:Patient Notes 13 Nov at 10:02

Dear Sir

I wished to have a summary of the findings of the following complaint today because it was unacceptable to me that after years of representation to the Parliamentary an Health Service Ombudsman, I received the following email stating that it could be a further 8 weeks before the Ombudsman is even able to even consider whether my complaint could go to the next stage of being assigned a Case Worker by the PHSO and if not the complaint was to be considered resolved or uninvestigable by the Ombudsman.

In either event it would have been proof that the Consultant Psychiatrists operating within the National Health Service do their duties unsupervised and unaccountable to a higher authority whether that is the courts through legal process or through assessment by the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman.

In regard to this I am still imposed upon by the National Health Service into my privacy and well being in that the NHS is not clarifying to me whether the anti-psychotic and anti-depressant medications upon me was merely a recommendation or an enforcement that is to do with the maintenance of a stable State rather than the well-being of the patient in terms of his medical afflictions. What Dr Mawanche said to my request to have a second opinion on my diagnosis and treatment was that it would be difficult to organise this. This has proven to be the case as I have still not heard from Benenden Health as to whether an endocrinologist would be assigned to me on my full membership of Benenden Health (Membership Number 011293713) that comes into effect today.

If I do not receive a response, I will refer this matter to the Speaker of the House of Commons with immediate effect so that a private member's bill may be read out in the House concerning the issue through my member of Parliament in Gillingham and Rainham after the general election of 12 December 2019.

Your immediate attention would be greatly appreciated.

Yours sincerely

Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

Tel: 07967789619

Name: Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

Email: shanpanigrahi@yahoo.co.uk

Address: 3 Hoath Lane Wigmore Gillingham Kent ME8 0SL Postcode: ME8 0SL

 

13 November 2019b Update:

Private Members Bill process

Yahoo/Sent

Shan Panigrahi To:speakersoffice@parliament.uk

Cc:Rehman CHISHTI

13 Nov at 16:48

To Speaker of the House of Commons

Dear Sir

1. I have been directed to you by the House of Commons Enquiry Service to try and determine whether the procedures of the House would entertain a direct petition from a member of the public in terms of finding out which Member of Parliament would be able to undertake the role of reading out this private members bill that seeks to institute procedures to make Consultant Psychiatrists operating in the National Health Service or in the private sector accountable to Parliament because the courts would not consider such an application as shown in the attached: ToCentral London County Court8Nov2019.docx.

2. If you are able to identify, through due process of the Speaker's Office, a Member of Parliament to undertake the task of investigating this matter and issuing the Private Member's Bill in the Commons because my local Member of Parliament Mr Rehman Chishti has steadfastly failed to act decisively for me, I would be most grateful.

Yours sincerely

Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

Tel: 07967789619

ToCentralLondonCountyCourt8Nov2019.docx 13.8kB

 

The following autoresponse was received from Mr Rehman Chishti:

Automatic reply: Private Members Bill process

Yahoo/Inbox

CHISHTI, Rehman

To:Shan Panigrahi

13 Nov at 16:48

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10 January 2020 Update:

Your communications to Parliament.UK4

Yahoo/Inbox

Shan Panigrahi

To:Rehman CHISHTI

Cc:Samuel Bancroft,Civil Appeals - Registry,UKSC Registry

10 Jan at 14:07

Dear Rehman

Hope you have settled in your office now to process my complaints concerning the Speakers of the House of Commons: please let me know who the Speaker is accountable to, the High Court, the Supreme Court, or Her Majesty the Queen through the Privy Council?

Yours sincerely

Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

07967789619

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From: "jo@samaritans.org"

To: "shanpanigrahi@yahoo.co.uk"

Sent: Friday, 10 January 2020, 13:23:17 GMT

Subject: Re: Fw: Your communications to Parliament.UK

Shantanu, Please let us know how you get on with your email to the Speakers Office.

Take care

Jo

Jo

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Automatic reply: Your communications to Parliament.UK

Yahoo/Inbox

Samuel Bancroft

To:Shan Panigrahi 10 Jan at 14:09

Dear Sirs

Thank you for your email. I am away from my office I shall return at 9am on Monday 13th January 2020.

Kind regards

Samuel Bancroft Solicitor John Copland and Son https://johncoplandandson.com

Tel 01795 664431 Fax 01795 580474

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