Yes she can file a police complaint and get an FIR lodged, for different sections including 417,496, 493,376 of I.P.C. depending
The consent is defined under sec 90 of IPC
consensual sex on the promise of marriage and the promise kroke, so cannot be termed as rape,
in Uday Vs State of Karnataka on 19.2.2003, supreme court has observed that no specific formula can be used and the court pointed out that
here a girl was of 19 years of age and had sufficient intelligence to understand the significance and moral quality of the act she was consenting to;
b. she was conscious of the fact that her marriage was difficult on account of caste considerations;
c. it was difficult to impute to the appellant knowledge the prosecutrix had consented in consequence of a misconception of fact arising from his promise, and
d. there was no evidence to prove conclusively that the appellant never intended to marry the prosecutrix.
each case is different so the important aspect to be considered are in this nature of cases.
possibility of any complaint or FIR, try to get anticipatory bail.
as i said each case is different,the consent has to be proved and the reason of not as per evidence act getting married etc have to supported with your evidence of documents or witnesses
as epr the evidence act' , It shall be corroborated by some other material evidence in support of such promise”.
there are no provisions to implicate you for promise of marriage unless there is na agreement. However physical/sexual relationship is that where you are pulldown