In the vote out session, Tarun and Tara, who are in Neha and Sandeep’s gang, went against their gang leaders and voted out Raftaar’s gang member Xerxes. This move didn’t go down well with Neha, Sandeep and Raftaar – who are in one alliance. For the uninitiated, Tarun and Tara are Prince loyalists and their move came as a shock to the gang leaders.
Gang leader Nikhil, in his latest review of the last night’s episode, recalled a much similar vote out, which took place last season in Roadies Xtreme. Last year, Mehakdeep from Nikhil’s gang, voted out Minnie from Prince, wherein Prince and Nikhil were one alliance. Nikhil has termed this phenomenon – The Mehakdeep Principle. Take a look at his detailed post:
“If you’ve watched last year’s season – you’ll recognise this guy – @mehakdeep_official. He was in my gang and his voting against our alliance (Gang Prince + Gang Nikhil), resulting in @minnie_rohilla’s voteout from Gang Prince and made me coin what I call “The Mehakdeep Principle.” The principle is simple. It simply states that there are two alliances. One between gangs and the other between friends. Mehakdeep chose the latter and voted with his friends and not the gang alliance, believing that in future vote-outs, his friends, rather than the gang – would keep him safe. It’s logical, but at the time, I was furious. You see, all of us – gang leaders too – had been conditioned to think that gangs and gang leaders are sacrosanct and nothing should come higher than the two. But this is a notion, not a rule and the truth is, as a gang leader, even if a gang member goes against what I say, there’s little I can do. I kept Mehakdeep out of one task (the rooster-fight) as he has lost my trust, but I quickly realised that if I wanted my gang to win tasks, I needed him. So we made up our differences (I refused to trade him in the auction too) and he went on to help us in subsequent tasks, performing amazingly well. Sadly, as you live by the sword – so shall you perish by it. Mehakdeep was eventually voted out by my own gang (without even my knowledge) when Rohan and Shruti chose to vote with their friends and against our own gang. That decision too would hurt us – but it underlines the fact that gang leaders aren’t all powerful in the game. A lot depends on us – this is true – but eventually, it’s the Roadies journey more than it’s ours,” reads her post.
A lot of drama ensued this vote out session with Raftaar and Prince accusing each other of playing mind games.
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