The first phase of the 2019 Lok Sabha polls have been completed. As many as 91 seats are up for grabs. Here is a quick look at the percentage of voting in the states which went to polls .
About 64 per cent of voters exercised their franchise till 6 pm in eight Lok Sabha constituencies of western Uttar Pradesh that went to polls in the first phase.
Three Union ministers — V K Singh (Ghaziabad), Satyapal Singh (Baghpat) and Mahesh Sharma (Gautam Buddha Nagar) — are in the fray in the first leg of the seven-phase polls.
Jammu and Kashmir y recorded an overall turnout of over 57 per cent in the Jammu and Baramulla constituencies in the first phase of the Lok Sabha elections, even as there were protests over defective EVMs in some areas.
The two constituencies house an electorate of over 33 lakh, recording a voter turnout of 57.31 per cent, officials said.
Manipur records 78.20 pc turnout in first phase of LS polls. Nagaland recorded 78. 67 percent
West Bengal saw a high of 81 percent voting. Assam had 67. 8 percent . Sikkim aw 78.19 per cent while voting .
Bihar: 50.26%, Telangana: 60.57%, Meghalaya: 62%, Uttar Pradesh: 59.77% ( till 5 pm ) Manipur: 78.20% and
In the Jammu parliamentary constituency, Samba Assembly constituency recorded 66.6% till 3 pm while Kupwara Assembly seat witnessed 38.7% voter turnout till 3 pm