Dear Rajeswar Rao.
I think you completely misundertood the circumstances.
In the case we are discussing, wife did not tell either in her FIR or CrPC-161 statement that allegation happened at Place-A. Moreover the present case is not the CrPC-125 it is 498A IPC.
While complainnat is not telling that incident happened and if one of the witness says that incident happned can't we come to a conclusion that think witness is lying...
So far various High Court's and Supreme Court held transfer of Crminal cases to the concern jurisdcitional courts based on FIR allegatiosn and also PCR allegations alone.
Can we make out in this that only complainant statements are considered to decide jurisdiction of offence.
Am I correct?
As you said offence happened at Place-A and wife is suffering at Place-B then Plcae-B attract jurisdiction is complately fase for this see the judgement: Manish Ratan and Ors. Vs State of M.P and Anr. Reported in 2007 volume-1 SCC 262.