Dear Mr. Venkat Mohan rao,
The following are remedies what you can seek legally.
The point of discussion here is if they are mere allegations and are not truths the best way to prove is during the course of trial.
As the law empowers women to exercise their rights according to the Minor & some Major acts and as we cannot convince any one or stop any one from filing these cases inspite of every one being aware of the fact that the Laws are misused and bused.
Hence, you need to defend and face the trial and prove that they do not have a case and that these are all false allegations, and all this can be possible only when you get acquitted by the concerned jurisdictional courts.
If not you can go for " QUASH PETITION" seeking quash to the Apex court of the state i.e. THE HIGH COURT.
As for the discharge petition which you are talking about that can also be filed and your lawyer needs to file it but again the discretion lies on the Hon'ble courts whether to discharge you of this particular offence or not?
You are not guaranteed any kind of assured relief as the discretionary powers lie with the courts.
If you are acquitted you can file 'DEFAMATION' under the provisions of the CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CODE.
Advocate, High Courts of Andhra & Telangana
Joint Secretary, Christian legal Association ( New Delhi ,India)
BHARAT GAURAV SAMMAN AWARDEE (2014)
Ex-Member, Mega Lok Adalat , Criminal Courts , Hyderabad.
General Secretary, 34th U.C.C. ( A.P.),
National Vice president, All India Christian’s Council
Legal Chairman, All India Christian’s Council,