In today's Indian society, mob lynching targeting vulnerable groups is a major source of worry, since it is the worst type of crime against humanity. People who belong to vulnerable groups, such as minorities and Dalits, are frequently attacked and killed by a mob of members of a certain community. These occurrences of mob lynching have a significant impact on the way of life and sense of well-being of minorities and Dalits, resulting in a breach in their social and personal position as human beings. The Indian Constitution holds the rule of law in high regard, and the judicial system has reinforced its importance through several judgements. We need to make certain that the position is reinstated. Furthermore, another unique regulation in this respect is necessary to transmit equality to all and to express a distinct message that no one is free from the standards that everyone else follows.