I have not used the section wrongly or inadvertently , i think what i have stated is according to law and normal practice being followed. Kindly enclosed two judgement in regard.
Re.: Aleque Padamsee and others v. Union of India and others, (2007) 6 SCC 171 where it was observed that the correct position in law is that the Police officials are to register a FIR whenever the facts brought to the notice show that cognizable offence has been made out. In case the Police officials fail to do so, the modalities to be adopted are set out in S. 190 CrPC read with S. 200 CrPC.
Therefore, if a person is aggrieved by the inaction of Police officials in not registering a FIR, the modalities contained in S. 190 CrPC read with S. 200 CrPC are to be adopted and followed.
Re.: Sakiri Vasu v. State of UP and others, 2008 (1) RCR (Crl.) 392 it was observed by the Hon'ble Supreme Court that if a person has a grievance that the Police Station is not registering his FIR under S. 154 CrPC, then he can approach the Superintendent of Police under S. 154(3) CrPC by an application in writing. Even if that does not lead to any satisfactory result in the sense that either the FIR is not registered or even after registering it no proper investigation is held, it is open to the aggrieved person to file such application under S. 156(3) CrPC before the learned Magistrate concerned. If such an application under S. 156(3) CrPCis filed before the Magistrate, the Magistrate can direct the FIR to be registered and can also direct proper investigation to be made in a case where, according to the aggrieved person, no proper investigation was made.