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Apr 29, 2019 09:19 PM IST | Source: Moneycontrol.com

Lok Sabha Election 2019 Phase 4 highlights: 64% overall voter turnout recorded

Live updates of the fourth phase of voting in the 2019 Lok Sabha polls.

  • Apr 29, 06:18 PM (IST)

  • Apr 29, 08:21 PM (IST)
  • Apr 29, 06:37 PM (IST)

    Provisional voter turnout in Mumbai till 6.00 pm: 50.5 percent

    Mumbai North Central: 47.1 percent
    Mumbai South Central: 51.5 percent
    Mumbai South: 48 percent
    Mumbai North: 54.7 percent
    Mumbai North West: 50 percent
    Mumbai North East: 51.6 percent

    The turnout numbers are expected to be revised by the EC later.

  • Apr 29, 06:18 PM (IST)

    Provisional voter turnout till 6.00 pm: 59.3 percent

    Bihar: 53.6 percent
    Jammu and Kashmir: 9.7 percent
    Madhya Pradesh: 65.8 percent
    Maharashtra: 51 percent
    Odisha: 64 percent
    Rajasthan: 62.9 percent
    Uttar Pradesh: 53.1 percent
    West Bengal: 76.5 percent
    Jharkhand: 66.4 percent

    The turnout numbers are expected to be revised by the EC later.

  • Apr 29, 06:15 PM (IST)

    Moneycontrol's M Saraswathy spoke to BJP’s Bhopal candidate Sadhvi Pragya to find out her plan of action for women's safety, farming and other issues.

    Watch the interview here

  • Apr 29, 06:02 PM (IST)
  • Apr 29, 06:01 PM (IST)

    NEWS FLASH: Voting in the fourth phase of Lok Sabha polls has concluded. Stay tuned for more updates on the provisional turnout.

    For updates from the election campaign, follow our other LIVE blog.

  • Apr 29, 05:44 PM (IST)

    Rajasthan Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) has sought a report after some voters in Jodhpur leveled charge of bogus voting alleging that their votes had already been cast and when inquired they were told that nothing can be done about it.

  • Apr 29, 05:30 PM (IST)

    Even though stakes are high for political parties vying for the reigns of India’s financial capital, Mumbaikars are seemingly failing to break the jinx of a low voter turnout. Voting in Mumbai and surrpunding areas is set to end in less than an hour.

    Why does India's Maximum City record minimum voter turnout?

  • Apr 29, 05:21 PM (IST)

    Overall provisional voter turnout was recorded at 50.6 percent till 5.00 pm.

  • Apr 29, 05:21 PM (IST)

    Provisional voter turnout till 5.00 pm:

    Bihar: 44 percent
    Jammu and Kashmir: 9.37 percent
    Jharkhand: 57.1 percent
    Madhya Pradesh: 57.7 percent
    Maharashtra: 42.5 percent
    Odisha: 53.6 percent
    Rajasthan: 54.7 percent
    Uttar Pradesh: 45 percent
    West Bengal: 66.4 percent

  • Apr 29, 05:18 PM (IST)

    Provisional voter turnout in Mumbai till 5.00 pm:

    Mumbai North: 44.6 percent
    Mumbai North West: 40.5 percent
    Mumbai North East 41 percent
    Mumbai North Central: 38.1 percent
    Mumbai South Central: 42.2 percent
    Mumbai South: 41.2 percent

  • Apr 29, 05:14 PM (IST)
  • Apr 29, 05:04 PM (IST)

    EC has instructed the police to file an FIR against BJP MP Babul Supriyo for entering a polling booth in Asansol and allegedly interfering in the polling process. Supriyo had reportedly questioned a TMC polling agent why the BJP polling agent was missing from the booth.

  • Apr 29, 04:47 PM (IST)
  • Apr 29, 04:44 PM (IST)

    Polling has already concluded in some constituencies. Voting will continue in all others till 6.00 pm today in the fourth phase.

  • Apr 29, 04:39 PM (IST)

    Biju Janata Dal has written to the Chief Electoral Officer in Odisha over alleged "booth capturing by BJP".

    The letter states that "BJP goons conducted booth capturing in 12 booths of Bari Assembly constituency under Jajpur parliamentary constituency while the polling was going on today."

  • Apr 29, 04:35 PM (IST)

    Actor Shah Rukh Khan has arrived to vote in Bandra, Mumbai.

  • Apr 29, 04:27 PM (IST)

  • Apr 29, 04:11 PM (IST)

    Provisional voter turnout in and around Mumbai till 3.00 pm:

    Mumbai North: 44.6 percent
    Mumbai North West: 40.5 percent
    Mumbai North East: 43.1 percent
    Mumbai North-Central: 39.8 percent
    Mumbai South-Central: 41 percent
    Mumbai South: 38.7 percent
    Thane: 38.5 percent
    Kalyan: 33 percent
    Palghar: 46.7 percent

  • Apr 29, 04:02 PM (IST)

    Provisional voter turnout till 3.00 pm:

    Bihar: 44.26 percent
    Jharkhand: 56 percent
    J&K: 8.4 percent (Kulgam District)
    Madhya Pradesh: 54 percent
    Maharashtra: 40 percent
    Odisha: 50 percent
    Rajasthan: 54 percent
    Uttar Pradesh: 44 percent
    West Bengal: 66 percent

    Overall turnout: 49.5 percent till 3.00 pm

  • Apr 29, 03:43 PM (IST)
  • Apr 29, 03:22 PM (IST)
  • Apr 29, 03:08 PM (IST)

    Three poll staffers die in Madhya Pradesh

    Three government employees, including a woman, engaged in poll duty died in separate incidents in Madhya Pradesh, an official said on Monday, HT reported.

  • Apr 29, 03:07 PM (IST)

    NCP chief Sharad Pawar: Today is an important day for the country. It is required that a stable government is formed. It is expected that Mumbaikars will not lag behind, and will exercise their voting right by coming out in large numbers and voting decisively.

  • Apr 29, 03:05 PM (IST)

    UP leaders ask people to brave sun, come out to vote

    With the mercury steadily rising, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and other senior leaders appealed to the electorate not to get bogged down by soaring temperatures and exercise their franchise.

    Polling is underway in 13 constituencies of Uttar Pradesh on Monday.

    In a tweet, Adityanath said, “Temperatures are high, take care of yourself but definitely cast your vote... every single vote of yours help formation of the government. For a prosperous and strong Bharat, for a strong and decisive government, for fulfilling a dream, come out of houses today and vote. Remember, first voting and then breakfast,” he said.

    BSP president Mayawati also took to Twitter to ask people to vote. “Polling is taking place for the fourth phase of election for the 17th Lok Sabha. It is an appeal to voters to first discharge their duty of casting votes. This effort of theirs is important for their welfare and interest,” the former UP chief minister said.

  • Apr 29, 03:02 PM (IST)

    Law and order is state subject: Mamata Banerjee condemns police firing in Bengal

    Condemning firing by central force personnel inside a booth, Mamata Banerjee said in a public meeting, “I have heard that central force personnel have entered a booth in Dubrajpur and opened fire. Law and order is a state subject. They cannot do it.”

    Police allegedly fired in the air in Poduma area Dubrajpur in Birbhum constituency to bring the situation under control after villagers threw stones at the security personnel. The bullet hit a wall of the polling station.

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