Shantanu's Humanology

This is the Appeal Plea for the Reconsideration of Permission to Appeal reported here:

I will be attending the Hearing on 3 April 2020 at 2.00 pm in my Claim E35YM660 at the Central London County Court, Thomas More Building R.CJ., Royal Courts of Justice London WC2A 2LL, in view of the fact that the formal Appeal proceedings have not been implemented.

For this reconsideration, I will submit the following Plea and evidence to the Judge:

Court Hearing on 3 April 2020 at 2.00 pm on Claim E35YM660


Shan Panigrahi

To:38degrees,38 Degrees

Cc:Enquiries Central London County,Enquiries Central London County,Nayantara Sriram

23 Jan at 18:45 Dear 38 Degrees

1. I have completed my investigations of Law and Order in the United Kingdom and in this respect attach my skeleton argument to be presented to the Judge at the above Hearing.

2. It would be useful if you would express your approval or objections accordingly.

Yours sincerely

Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane



Kent ME8 0SL

Tel: 07967789619


Plea to the Judge in Claim E35YM660.docx 13.9kB:

Court Hearing on 3 April 2020 on E35YM660 at the Central London County Court.

To The Judge presiding

My Lord

I wished to do something for Conservation to improve society and started the following petitions in 38 Degrees. Some were approved for hosting whereas others inexplicably were turned down and disabled. This is what my Appeal is all about. Please refer to the following links: and pass your decision on whether I am justified in voicing these concerns or not. If I am not you may turn down my reconsideration of permission to Appeal the 14 January 2019 dated Order of the Court on E35YM660 (Dr Shantanu Panigrahi vs Mrs Theresa May (Prime Minister of the United Kingdom). I am happy to answer any questions that you may require of me.

38 Degrees Websites:

As you are aware, I have only asked for £3000 in damages and compensation that I have suffered that has led me to these petitions.

Further evidence for my petitions may be examined at the following websites which have stood the test of time in that they were beyond criticisms from the general public because they are factual representations of the investigations that I have conducted in arriving at the petitions:






The government is obliged to take these petitions seriously or give its reasons for not considering them through the normal processes of Parliamentary scrutiny.