First I deal with RCR and its effects. Husband filed RCR saying that wife deserted his company without having any reasonable cause. The burden lies on the wife to prove before the court that there is a reasonable cause for her to leave cohabitation with him and matrimonial home. The ground for her is that during her stay at matrimonial home, she had to undergo physical and mental harassment by her husband and relatives of husband (if applicable). For succeeding, the wife has to file a reply giving the detailed descripttion (specific allegations) of harassment met by her and lead proper evidence to prove her allegations. If there are any medical reports to prove her physical and mental harassment, that is a good ground for her. During the pendency of RCR, she is entitled to move interim maintenance and litigation expenses application. If she is unemployed or her status is lower than husband's status, she will be provided interim maintenance and litigation expenses. She should try hard to get the RCR dismissed. Despite all these efforts, if she could not succeed in RCR, the order will go in favour of husband. It does not mean that she will be forced to go back to matrimonial home. But after winning RCR, one year after obtaining the divorce, the husband has got a right to file a divorce case on the ground that despite RCR decree, the wife has not resumed cohabitation. But after winning the divorce suit by husband, the wife is not disabled or disentitled to get "permanent alimony".
Regarding his managing bank accounts and showing himself bankrupt by transferring the funds to his relatives, the wife can ask the court that instead of seeing his bank accounts for the last two years, he has to be directed to produce them for the last 10 years. The husband will be asked the explanation for this sudden dip in his income and court will take the last 10 years income into consideration for fixing the interim / permanent maintenance.
Now, I come to Section 498-A. You need not bother about his getting anticipatory bail. Before the conviction if accused obtains A.B. or bail, it does not mean he is innocent. Pre-trial detention should not be treated as punitive. do not make it an issue.
For proving Section 498-A strong evidence is required. So you engage a very good advocate. This case will be fought by the Assistant Public Prosecutor on behalf of State and your advocate has got a limited role. But, he will assist you how to prepare for evidence (examination and cross examination) and what type of documents have to be produced before the court to prove your case.
In Section 406 also he will get bail.
If you want to see him behind the bars for physically and mentally torturing you, you should concentrate on Section 498-A to prove the charges.
If you missed some articles from Istri-dhan, you make list of them and give the concerned police station and get stamped receipt.
Finally, I also advise you to file Domestic Violence case for maintenance, recovery of remaining istridhan.