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The fourth phase of Lok Sabha elections, which was marred by violence in West Bengal and Odisha,

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The fourth phase of Lok Sabha elections, which was marred by violence in West Bengal and Odisha, and EVM glitches at various places, registered an overall turnout of 64 per cent on Monday. Of the nine states that went to poll, Bengal recorded the highest voters turnout at 76.47 per cent. Seventy-one parliamentary constituencies voted in the fourth phase. Here are highlights from today’s voting.

Vote turnout in states 

In Rajasthan, 67.13 percent turnout was recorded in 13 Lok Sabha seats. Innate overwhelmed seat of Banswara recorded the most noteworthy casting a ballot rate at 72.34, trailed by Barmer which recorded 72.21 percent casting a ballot. 

A normal 66.09 percent voter turnout was recorded in Madhya Pradesh crosswise over six Lok Sabha seats. Uttar Pradesh saw a 57.58 percent casting a ballot in 13 voting demographics in the state. 

In Bihar's five bodies electorate, voter turnout was recorded at 53.67 percent, while in Jammu and Kashmir, under nine percent of 3.45 lakh electorate practiced their establishment in the Kulgam district– part of Anantnag Lok Sabha voting demographic — in the midst of stringent security game plans and separated occurrences of stone-pelting close surveying stations. 

Extremely rich people and Bollywood stars fixed up outside surveying stations alongside the regular people in Mumbai, which recorded 51.11 percent casting a ballot, practically like the casting a ballot level of 51.59 in the 2014 surveys. Surveying was held in six voting demographics in Mumbai and 11 different seats in Maharashtra. 

In Odisha, an expected 64.05 percent of the 95.06 lakh voters practiced their establishment in six Lok Sabha seats. The state likewise observed synchronous surveying in 41 get together voting public. Surveying isn't being held in Patkura gathering seat, where casting a ballot will be hung on May 19 following the demise of the BJD applicant. 

In the interim, in Jharkhand's three parliamentary electorates – Lohardaga (ST), Palamu (SC) and Chatra, a turnout of 63.40 was recorded. 

EVM glitches 

The Congress made 30 grumblings to the Election Commission about supposed glitches in EVMs over the 17 Lok Sabha electorates in Maharashtra. A lion's share of the grievances rolled in from Dhule and Nandurbar, the gathering stated, inciting partner NCP's state boss Jayant Patil to guarantee that something was "fishy" in the two seats. 

In the interim, in Uttar Pradesh, Opposition Samajwadi Party encouraged EC to expel police boss OP Singh from the post charging he was "favoring" the decision BJP and influencing races. The gathering likewise affirmed that in no less than two surveying corners the Voter-Verifiable Paper Audit Trail machine demonstrated the voting in favor of the BJP when the poll was thrown for the SP. 

More than 100 surveying stalls were supplanted in Rajasthan because of failing in the wake of casting a ballot started. 

Occurrences of brutality were recorded in parts of West Bengal. In Barabani, BJP applicant from Asansol and Union clergyman Babul Supriyo's vehicle was vandalized supposedly by TMC laborers outside a surveying station while in Dubrajpur region focal security powers faculty purportedly started shooting noticeable all around to scatter angry individuals who assaulted them when they were banished from entering the stalls with cell phones. A FIR was enlisted against Supriyo for supposedly getting into a contention with surveying authorities. 

The decision Trinamool Congress and the BJP blamed each other for threatening voters in the state, which has seen viciousness in all past three stages in spite of ventured up focal powers sending. 

In the mean time, a Congress laborer was wounded to death, while three surveying work force were suspended for infringement of standards in Odisha. 
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Bollywood big names including Amitabh Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan, Salman and Aamir, and Deepika Padukone cast their votes in Mumbai. Priyanka Chopra, Rekha, Aamir and spouse Kiran Rao were among the early voters. On-screen character Anushka Sharma, who make her choice in an all-ladies "sakhi" surveying corner in Versova, some portion of the Mumbai North West parliamentary body electorate, was agreeably shocked to get a kokam sharbat and a clean napkin parcel. 

Sachin Tendulkar cast his voter alongside spouse Anjali Tendulkar and youngsters Sara and Arjun, both first-time voters.

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