SRINAGAR: J&K Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Monday said the elections in the state were not referendum or strategic victory, and ruled out alliance with BJP. “The election process in J&K should not perceived as referendum or plebiscite,” Omar said, while addressing probably the last press conference as CM here. He also said the voter turnout should not be projected as strategic victory over Pakistan. NSA Ajit Doval had recently stated that the just-concluded Assembly elections in J&K were of immense strategic importance. Omar added that in the elections, the people voted to elect their Assembly members, who would govern the state for next six years. Omar said there was no politics in his tweet on conferring Bharat Ratna to Vajpayee.