If my gues is right, it would hardly be a week's time that you have written to DCP or higher police officer about the inaction of the local police on your complaint.
Hence you should wait for the disposal because you have already given a reply to their legal notice as well.
There is no point in rushing up the forums like this immediately without waiting or having patience to get the result of your complaint filed with the police.
You have stated that you have already engaged an advocate, did that advocate not advise you about moving judicial magistrate court with an application under section 156(3) cr.p.c. or under section 200 cr.p.c. for the inordinate delay by the police to take an action on your complaint.
If their complaint has been registered, then you may have to file an application for AB to avoid arrest.
Breaking off an engagement is fundamentally a breach of contract/agreement in the legal sense and a suit for damages for that can lie. Nonetheless, it might be included that, with just the premise of engagement one can’t be compelled to marry against his wishes. Engagement does not commit a man to wed the one to who he/she is engaged. The gifts traded or exchanged ought to be returned forthwith.
In Mukesh v State of Karnataka (2014), it was said in the event that there is a guarantee or promise to the wedding and which has been breached, the other individual can establish a civil case and claim damages.
In Rudresh v State of Karnataka (2014), the Court held that the breach of contract only institute a civil suit for damages and ought not to be considered as an offense.