Opinion | The insidious role that incentives play in mob violence
A weak criminal justice system makes the probability of getting caught and punished extremely low
The violence in north-east Delhi last week and its aftermath are slowly sinking in, and a blame game has begun. Everyone seems convinced that the underlying cause was religious bigotry, though the identity of the bigot to be blamed changes according to religious and political affiliations. I argue that the Delhi Police is the most culpable.