India LS elections fourth phase: Over 24% polling recorded in first four hours

NEW DELHI, May 13: A voter turnout of over 24 per cent was recorded in the first four hours of polling on Monday in 96 constituencies spread over 10 states and Union Territories in the fourth phase of the Lok Sabha elections amid reports of violence in Andhra Pradesh and poll boycott in some villages of Uttar Pradesh.

There were also reports of malfunctioning of EVMs in some booths of West Bengal and Odisha.

According to the Election Commission, Jammu and Kashmir witnessed the lowest voting percentage till 11 am with 14.94 per cent of voters exercising their franchise, while West Bengal recorded the highest with 32.78 per cent.

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