1. You can approach the magistrate court for action on false prosecution if you are acquitted.
A complaint can be made to the Police officer to whom false complaint has been made, or complaint may be made to an authority higher to the concerned Police officer, and the concerned Police officer or the higher authority, is empowered to file the case in the Magistrates Court against the person who has made false complaint to the Police.
usually if the offense is alleged to have committed u/s 211 of IPC, but the matter did not reached the Court of law for trial and proceedings / investigation terminated, then, a direct Complaint u/s 2006 or Application u/s 156(3)6 of CrPC, 1973, can be made before the Magistrates court concerned against those persons who have made false charge of offense.
section 182 and 211 preferably be initiated if the trial Court has discharged all the Accused (you ,your family )has acquitted the Accused, and no Appeal is preferred against the acquittal, within the period as per /sections 467 to 473 of CrPC, 1973.(the time limitation for initiating such steps)
if in pursuance to said false complaint, criminal proceedings before the Magistrates Court / Sessions Court have been initiated, then, an Application5 u/s 340 read with section 195 of CrPC 1973, may be preferred before the said Magistrate / Sessions court, against those persons, praying therein for Magistrates / Sessions court to refer the said offence of false accusation to the appropriate / competent Magistrate Court of jurisdiction.
2. You can fileivil Suit for damages for “defamation” or “malicious prosecution” may be filed in the District Court or in City Civil Court or in the High Court of original jurisdiction, and seek monetary compensation/damages