sanjeev rajpurohit 02 May 2022
Divya Vijayan 03 May 2022
It depends upon the date the other party has filed the FIR. You have to prove that the allegations that were made against you are false. You can also get the false FIR quashed by High Court under Section 482 of CrPC. Courts are generally reluctant to quash an FIR or interfere in the law and order process, but if you have sufficient proof and strong alibi, the court has the power to quash the false FIR. You can also obtain an anticipatory bail, it is like a precautionary bail in case police move ahead to arrest you.