Three separate cheques were given to me and my family when we sold business. They bounced. The accused tampered India's largest PSU Bank records in conjunction with their manager (destroyed partnership deed, account opening form & replaced them with new ones). One of the accused replaced his pic with his dad's pic and hence proved that he was not the signatory. Also they produced a fake stop payment letter dated 7 October 2000 in my wife's 138 case that went against her. We were outside India and my mother was fighting my case on Power of Attorney. Accused also gave statement that stop payment for 3 cheques was issued on 7 October 2010. When we returned we got the documents and were able to find the wrongdoings because on 7th October 2010, the cheque was not even issued and they were issued after 26th October 2010. This matter 355/01 is now pending in Gujarat High Court.
Now for the second cheque issued in my name, my case has reached evidence stage and now a new Branch Manager produces a different Stop Payment letter dated 7 November 2001 for the same set of cheques. He even confesses that the earlier Stop Payment letter of 7 October 2000 is not in bank records. Also stop payment register has entry of 6 November 2000 which is one day before getting stop payment request. The same accused has now stated on oath on 7 Nov 2000 letter.
Can I file complaint against the accused and bank as a whole for wrong testimony on oath for the set of cheques for two separate court matters?