Do not even try to file the Writ Petition. It will be dismissed. When you are making an allegation that the FIR is based on wrogn facts, file a petition for quashing. But, here also, there are little or no chances to win. Who will decide that the complaint is filed on "wrong facts". Whether the facts alleged are supported by evidence, or not would depend upon the ultimate analysis of evidence by a Court of Competent jurisdiction. Do you think that High Court would go into such a question, which is otherwise the "absolute previlege of the court of original jurisdiction that records the evidence, scrutinizes the conduct and demur of the witnesses?
Similarly, you cannot choose the "jurisdiction of the High Court". You cannot file a petition, where the accused resides. Choosing of jurisdiction would depend upon the fact as to where the "cause of action has arisen". Here, the High court would be that High court to be preferred within which jurisdiction the lower court is controlled.
Accordingly, you have absolutely a meritless querry. Not even fit to be tested by way of judicial proceedings. So get yourself prosecuted. Point out that you are innocent by cross examining the witnesses.