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Recently someone give my name in FIR , although it's completely false and I already shared all information with investigation officer. I am going to join an MNC and FIR was lodged after I submit my BGV documents in company. I have not informed company about this FIR. Now at the time of joining I have to submit no criminal affidavit , should I inform the company about this FIR?
What was the cause for lodging FIR and what were the section of IPC under which FIR was lodged?
Is the complaint against you?
Make serious effort to get your name removed from the FIR, if you are innocent as stated.
If your name is not removed, it is better to inform the company about the pending FIR and give full details

FIR was against my family including me. Also case was in different state then my home state. investigation officer didn't even send the case to my hometown.
He told us that he didn't find anything against us as complaint is completely based on lies. and he is going to submit FIR closer file in court.
Now question is, as there is no charge sheet submitted against us, Should I need to inform about this to company and also what should I mention in No criminal affidavit?

How did you come to know of this FIR? Any summon was issued to you. You didn't mention what type of the charges against you/your family. Is anything directly attributable to you in a criminal case? Is't civil or criminal? In any case, irrespective of whether you are guilty or not guilty, unless and until this FIR is finally closed, it's stands as it is. Don't take chances pl.inform your employer about it. If possible submit a copy of FIR together with your explanation to the charges contained therein. You are taking a big risk, I afraid.
Actually FIR has been lodged by my sister's in-laws. My sister is patient of rare disease from last 5 year since after her marriage and her husband and parents wants to get rid of her and they planned and lodged false fir against our family. Both my sis and her husbands were living in rental home. When IO went to their home for investigation, the owner explained the everything to him. Inspector didn't sent any summons he directly contact us and told us to come and give our statements. And in his whole investigation he didn't find anything against us.
Section 452,382,323,341,120b is mentioned in FIR. In FIR it is mentioned that I was there on that particular date, but on that day I was in office. Inspector personally told us that he is going to close this FIR as it's completely based on lies.

Your position is understood by your clarification. But, safer side, since the FIR still not closed officially, better mention these details to the HR concerned to ward off any blame of suppression of facts. You need not fear for anything as your role in this case is not serious enough warranting negative reporting.
There is no need to disclose,once you disclose the matter you are finished. There are very rare people those understand the things but most of would misjudge the case. FIR does not mean a case let the matter goes to court.
There is no need to panic remain calm and be ready to face the consequence if at all happens in future but your present disclosure would be suicidal and I have seen many such things during my long service tenure.

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