To be true, something is in accordance with reality or is genuine, when something is false, it is not in accordance with reality. If you are asking a question, the question in itself exists and hence is true. A question can not be false because it is not stating something to be true, it can however question whether or not something is true or false, a question in itself (by definition at least) is not false.
To ask a question is to search for education & certain truths. The person asking may be looking for more than simple facts, and rote answers. How an individual answers may reveal more than more direct tactics. Inverse : The question itself may reveal something about the one asking.
Hi, Ur:) All questions include both a context, and a premise. No context can be considered false, as the context is the root of the questioner's curiosity. But the premise can be false. Better known as a 'loaded question'. To state an uncertain reality as truth, for instance. A question that begins with, say, How does Santa Clause visit every home in the world on Christmas Eve? It preassumes that Santa Clause already exists, though we know that isn't so. To answer that question in it's context, you must defer to it's premise being correct. There are no false answers to false questions. Generally, and for the sake of language arts, questions are inquisitive functions, and not statements or exclamations, and therefore they are considered neutral.