India General Election 2024 Phase 4: Almost 67% voter turnout in Phase 4, Highest 78% in West Bengal

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India General Election 2024 Phase 4: India’s General Election 2024: The Lok Sabha Elections 2024 fourth phase was held in 96 constituencies. On May 13th, the Lok Sabha Election completed its 4th phase in 96 constituencies.

  • Comprehensive coverage of the India General Election 2024
  • Updates on voter turnout in various constituencies
  • Controversies and conflicts reported during the election
  • Highlights of key candidates and their constituencies

India’s General Election 2024: The voting took place yesterday starting at 7 a.m. and continued until 6 p.m. West Bengal recorded 78.37%, Maharashtra recorded 61.5%, Andhra Pradesh 78.36%, and Madhya Pradesh recorded 70.98% of the voting rate. The lowest voting rate was recorded in Jammu Kashmir, which was 38%. The highest voting rate was recorded in West Bengal. The first two hours recorded the highest peak of voting.

India General Election 2024 Phase 4: Prime Minister Narendra Modi performed a road show in the Varanasi constituency. Before beginning the roadshow, PM Modi garlanded the statue of Madan Mohan Malviya at Malviya Chauraha. After the roadshow, PM Modi offered prayers at Kashi Vishwanath Mandir. He also thanked the voters through his Twitter account (formerly known as X).

India’s General Election 2024: A 67% voter turnout was recorded in the fourth phase of the General Election 2024. Over 17.7 crore people were eligible for voting. More than 12.49 lakh elderly (85+) voters were also registered. The remaining three phases of the General Election 2024 will be held on May 20th, May 25th, and June 1st. The counting of all votes will be done on June 4th, 2024.

India’s General Election 2024: Madhvi Lata, contesting against Owaisi in Telangana’s Hyderabad Lok Sabha seat, was booked by election authorities after a video went viral where she was asking burqa-clad women to show their faces so that she could compare them with their identity cards. She alleges that 90% of the polling booths are compromised.

India’s General Election 2024: Many conflicts, countercharges, and clashes were reported. Railway Kodur constituency reported complete damage to the EVM, and cars of TDP were demolished. Nakkaladinne village of Mayadurku Constituency reported a case of severe assault on a TDP agent, who was admitted to the hospital. YSRCP party agent Suresh Reddy was murdered in Krishnapuram village of Gudipala Mandal constituency. TDP supporters also assaulted Benji Reddy in Aravalipadu village.

■ Also Read: Voting Continues: India General Election 2024 Phase 3 Updates

According to the ECI, about 1700 complaints like EVM malfunctioning and not allowing entry to the booth were filed until 1 p.m. Hundreds of complaints regarding assaults on agents, intimidation of voters, and disputes were filed from TMC, Congress, and BJP.

India’s General Election 2024: Election authorities reported malfunctioning of EVMs at various places. Orissa also reported the same trouble. According to officials, about 65 ballot units, 83 control units, and 110 VVPATs were replaced. Two polling officers were also suspended because of negligence in duty.

India’s General Election 2024: There were 5398 polling booths visited by more than 95 lakh voters who will decide the fate of 55 candidates.

Union Minister Giriraj Singh is contesting elections from Begusarai; his opponent is Avdesh Rai from CPI. Giriraj had defeated Kanhaiya Kumar in the pre-election. Kanhaiya Kumar is contesting against Manoj Tiwari in North West Delhi. Ujiyarpur, which has the least number of voters, that is 17.48 lakh, has the most candidates for the election, which is 13. Union Minister Nityanand is aiming to win the third time; his opponent is Alok Mehta, who is a former state minister.

Samastipur has two candidates: Sani Hajari from Congress and Shambhvi Chaudhary, daughter of Ashok Chaudhary, cabinet minister in Nitish’s government. Sani is the son of Maheshwar Hajari (Minister of Information and Public Relations of Bihar). Akhilesh Yadav is fighting from Kannauj. Actor Shatrughan Sinha is contesting from Asansol, West Bengal. YS Sharmila is fighting from Kadapa, Andhra Pradesh.

“Fame, victory and defeat, wealth and fortune, everything will remain in this world only. A person’s devotional wealth is permanent. Everyone is doing arbitrary devotion, like going to temples, observing fasts, but the proper method of devotion is what is mentioned in the scriptures. Only Tatvdarshi saints can tell about this. Small positions in this world are achieved by the earnings of devotion in the previous birth.

Respected Garibdas Ji Maharaj has said that sages performed penance to attain salvation. They could not attain salvation due to a lack of Tatvagyan, but as a result of their penance, they got royal positions in the next births. Thus, after wasting the earnings of their virtue, they are thrown into the cycle of rebirth, where in the next birth they become pig animals.

Tap se Raj Raj mad manam, janm teesre shukar shwanam

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