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This is what Yogi means when he says people of UP will ‘cock a snook’ at the ‘Bua and Babua’ alliance

It seems like Yogi Adityanath meant that the people of Uttar Pradesh will disregard the coalition between the Samajwadi Party and Bahujan Samaj Party and summarily reject them in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.

The Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath, on Wednesday, tweeted that the people of the Uttar Pradesh will ‘cock a snook’ at the alliance of SP-BSP and reject their corruption-ridden casteist and nepotistic politics. He asserted that no matter how many parties join the Mahagathbandhan, the end result will remain a Zero for them.

In an apparent jibe to Yogi Adityanath, the Samajwadi Party supremo Akhilesh Yadav responded that he didn’t understand what ‘cock a snook’ means and asked him to demonstrate it so that people of UP can know what it means.

Let us make it easier for Akhilesh Yadav to understand what does ‘cock a snook’ implies. ’Cock a snook’ is an English idiom which means to do something intentionally to show that one has no respect for someone or something.

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Cocking a snook is a sign of derision in Britain made by putting the thumb on the nose, holding the palm open and perpendicular to the face, and wiggling the remaining fingers. It is used mostly by schoolchildren. often combined with sticking out the tongue.

Cocking a snook

It seems like Yogi Adityanath meant that the people of Uttar Pradesh will disregard the coalition between the Samajwadi Party and Bahujan Samaj Party and summarily reject them in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.

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