In a major alleviation to on-screen character Kushboo, the Supreme Court on Wednesday put aside a Madras High Court judgment coordinating the main metropolitan justice, Egmore, to lead a joint trial of the 23 criticism grumblings documented in different places in Tamil Nadu for her asserted comments on pre-conjugal sex.

A Bench of Chief Justice K.G. Balakrishnan and Justices Deepak Verma and B.S. Chauhan permitted Ms. Kushboo’s allure against the April 30, 2008 judgment. The judgment had requested union of all cases for a joint trial and transfer of the dissensions recorded by Ms. Kanniammal and others in six months.

Ms. Kushboo said that in a study led by India Today in September 2005 on ‘pre-conjugal sex,’ she communicated her perspectives on the requirement for instructing the more youthful era sexology either in instructive foundations or by guardians.

Nonetheless, she said, certain gatherings having political association, in perspective of a by-decision in October/November 2005, began an attack crusade against her exclusively to achieve political mileage and exposure. Protesting her announcement in the magazine, 23 objections were recorded against her under Sections 499 and 500 of the Indian Penal Code (criminal criticism) in different spots to irritate and mislead her.

Ms. Kushboo contended that the major right of the right to speak freely and expression couldn’t be encroached upon by personal stakes which had unleashed a battle of deliberate grievances.

The Supreme Court acknowledged her disputes and subdued the criminal procedures pending against her.