🇮🇳Lok Sabha Polls 2019, Phase 4⃣: Bengal Witnesses 16.9% Polling Till 9⃣ AM Amid Violence, J&K ⏬Lowest At 0.6%

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West Bengal recorded an impressive voter turnout in phase 4 of the Lok Sabha elections with 16.9 per cent of the electorates having voted till 9 am. Rajasthan -- where 13 seats are voting today -- witnessed a turnout of 13.4 per cent, while 11.1 per cent of the electorates in the six seats have exercised their franchise in Madhya Pradesh. Only 0.6 per cent of the voters in Jammu and Kashmir have voted so far.

Voting began across 72 Lok Sabha constituencies spread over nine states, mostly in the Hindi heartland, at 7 am. In Mumbai -- where all the six seats are voting today, actors and captains of the Indian industry were seen patiently waiting in queues early this morning.

Union Minister and sitting MP Babul Supriyo's car was vandalised outside a polling booth in West Bengal's Asansol when a fight erupted between workers of the BJP and the Trinamool Congress. The eight constituencies voting in Bengal today are in the most violence-prone belt of the state, which is voting in all seven phases of the national election.

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