Hello People some suggestions needed.
Incident Happen on 16 December 2016 7 PM
My wife was coming back from Office in Noida and on a very busy street near metro hospital someone came in front of her car with bike and suddenly she had to apply brake from behind one rikshaw puller was coming and on that 4 people were sitting, since rikshaw didn't had power brake in process of saving himself from hitting into my car his Rikshaw overturned and hit my wife's car. One person sitting on the Rikshaw jumped and in the process of saving himself his right foot little finger got bruised, out of curiosity my wife got down from her car to check everyone was ok since she applied brakes suddenly. The person said just to check can she drop me to hospital and she agreed thinking she is helping someone.
Post reaching the hospital they started shouting on her telling hospital authorities that she has hit them since she was 6 months pregnant at that time and got afraid she called me.
I came to the location and said to the family I will pay their expenses as they have created a scene there. I paid the amount of 5000 of the hospital charges ( including x-ray, Doc fees and Kacha plaster as his ankle twisted) everything got finished there and came back home
To my surprise i got a call from Police station on September 20, 2017 stating that a FIR has been logged against my wife on September 18, 2017 from Court and i need to report with my wife at police station. They told me the person to whom my wife helped has filed a FIR against her stating she has not given the expenditure of fractured leg and a whole false story was mentioned in FIR for which i have attached a copy too.
luckily i had copy of all the expenses i paid on that day, Doctors Report and X- Ray report in which it is clearly mentioned no Fractured Leg.
Now Police says they are asking compensation and my point is why should i pay for a false FIR and to a person who is a imposter.
I have also submitted a copy of all the expenses i paid on that day, Xray report and Doctor report for that day to the police people.