On a PIL filed by an Ilamuhil from Trichy, Justices N. Kirubakaran and S.S. Sundar also directed the Tamil Nadu government to issue a fresh government order transferring the case to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).
The earlier order had revealed the name of the victim.
The court also recommended to the state government to take departmental action against the officials who revealed the identity of the victim, observing that other victims would not come forward to lodge complaints fearing similar exposure.
"The cries of the victim is still echoing in our ears," the judges said. "If the identity of the victim is revealed, how will anyone come forward against such atrocities?"
Stating that the incident had sent shock waves across the country, the Bench said: "Let it be an eye-opener. Such incidents should not happen again."
The court also directed the State to advertise that sharing and circulation of such videos was an offence and suggested including a chapter on cyber crimes in schools.
Meanwhile, the key accused in the case, Thirunavukkarasu, was remanded in four days police custody for questioning after a petition filed by the CB-CID.
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