It infers from the facts of your case that he has made a false promise of marriage and exploited you emotionally and physically. In these conditions, you can file a criminal case against him. He has committed the offence of cheating and grievous hurt.
Your boyfriend had no intention to marry when he promised. He has been avoiding to keep relation with you and making false excuses. These acts prove that he has not been willing to fulfil his promise since the beginning. When he lacks such commitment therefore he has committed the offence of cheating.
He caused you bodily injury and made you live in a traumatic situation. This act also constitutes the offence of grievous hurt. Hence you can also prosecute him for the offence of grievous hurt punishable under section 325 of the India Penal Code. You have to file an FIR against him under section 325, 417 and 109 of the Indian Penal Code.
My boyfriend refused to marry on the emotional blackmailing of his parents
Question: My boyfriend refused to marry on the emotional blackmailing of his parents. Actually my boyfriend promised me that he will definitely marry me, but his parents are emotionally blackmailing him. They said that they will die if he marries me. But now he’s also changed his mind to marry another girl as per his parents wishes. I want to marry him with their parents’ blessings. But he convinced me that this marriage will not happen due to his parents. I can’t live without him. I want to file a case against him and his parents. I want justice, he should marry me. Please help me sir what should I do?
Asked from: Maharashtra
If your boyfriend had never intended to marry you but given a false promise then he has committed an offence of cheating. In your case, he had the intention to marry but later on his parents started to emotionally blackmail him.
Due to the influence of his parents he is not willing to marry but still he is ready to marry if his parents permits. In this situation you cannot file a case against him for the offence of cheating. You should try to convince him and also talk to his parents.
FIR for the offence of cheating
If you think that your boyfriend is telling a lie and he had no intention to marry then you can file an FIR. Giving false promises of marriage and exploiting the girlfriend by playing with her emotions amounts to cheating.
Your boyfriend is an adult person, he has the ability to make decisions without the influence of others. If he had intention to cheat, thereby giving false promise but later on taking a plea that he is not able to fulfil his promise due to pressure from parents. On this false assertion you can lodge a first information report against him.
Question: My bf said that his parents are not ready for marriage before i have a mangal Dosha (girl) but my gf was already knowing about my dosha and still he promised me that he will get married to me now he’s giving me his parents excuses that they are not ready I’m so depressed that i tried suicide and I’m getting anxiety attack 3-4 times a day
Asked from: Maharashtra
It’s important to remember that your worth is not defined by your astrological chart or any supposed “dosha”. Marriage should be based on mutual love, respect, and commitment, rather than superstitions or family expectations.
If your boyfriend is not able to stand up to his parents and make his own decisions, it may be worth reevaluating the relationship. Additionally, it’s important to seek professional help to address your anxiety and depression. Suicide is never the answer and there is always help available. Please consider reaching out to a mental health professional or crisis hotline for support.