Two wrongs do not make a right, it is said.
First you joined the company for your pleasure and then you submitted forged papers to get into it.
Now first things first. Your father's wrong signature on an Notarised document. In this regard, please note that the job of a Notary is not to verify the signature. His job is to identify the person. "Signed before me" is what a Notary certifies and nothing else. I dont think, your father has given a wrong address and wrong name in the Agreement. Even then, the company will have enough proofs that you did join the company and the agreement was submitted by you only and the company has not forged it. So to my mind, that channel is closed for you.
Now to get out of the whole thing. You cannot get out of the situation through law atleast. The only hope is that you negotiate with the company to have mercy on you. To my mind, some companies are very strict in enforcing the Employment Contract whereas some are not. But since you worked for only 2 weeks, it is most likely that the company has not incurred any expenditure on you on training etc. So it may not enforce the contract. So better approach the company, better through a personal channel like a friendly collegue etc. working in the company or meet the HR Manager on personal basis and try to find out any means to get out of the situation.