"Breaking News: Incredible Numbers from India General Elections 2024 Phase IV!"

We delve into the astonishing statistics of the India General Elections 2024 Phase IV voter turnout. Stay tuned to uncover the latest insights and analysis surrounding this crucial electoral event.

"Breaking News: Incredible Numbers from India General Elections 2024 Phase IV!"

2024 Lok Sabha Elections

On May 13, during the fourth phase of the Lok Sabha elections, incidents of violence and malfunctioning Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) were reported in certain states. The voter turnout until 11 p.m. was 64.60% across 96 constituencies spanning 10 states and union territories.

A total of 1,717 candidates contested in this phase, with 17.7 crore eligible electors. This phase marked the completion of voting in 23 states and union territories, covering 379 seats. The remaining three phases are scheduled for May 20, May 25, and June 1, with the counting set for June 4.

West Bengal witnessed the highest voter turnout at 76.89%, while Srinagar, undergoing its first elections post the abrogation of Article 370, recorded the lowest turnout at 38%.

Notable contests included clashes between Trinamool Congress and BJP workers in West Bengal, and high-profile battles in various constituencies.

Jammu and Kashmir, in its first elections post Article 370's revocation, saw a low turnout. Maharashtra also reported a turnout of 59.33%.

Andhra Pradesh and Telangana recorded turnouts of 68.87% and 62.64% respectively. Incidents like BJP candidate K. Madhavi Latha's actions in Telangana and allegations of violence between TDP and YSRCP in Andhra Pradesh were reported.

Bihar and Odisha saw turnouts of 57.06% and 65.77% respectively, while Jharkhand recorded a turnout of 64.59%.

Assembly polls were also conducted in Andhra Pradesh and Odisha.

Uttar Pradesh, known for sending the most MPs to Parliament, had a turnout of 58.05%. Meanwhile, in Kannauj, SP's Akhilesh Yadav accused the BJP of election malpractice but noted people were still turning out to vote despite disruptions.

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