MP Lok Sabha Elections 2024 Phase 4: Mandsaur Tops With 75% Turnout; Divyang Brand Ambassador Casts Vote Using Toe (WATCH)

MP Lok Sabha Elections 2024 Phase 4: Mandsaur Tops With 75% Turnout; Divyang Brand Ambassador Casts Vote Using Toe (WATCH)

Of the total 29 seats in MP, polling is over in 21 in the first three phases of the general elections. On Monday, polling will be held in the ST-reserved constituencies of Ratlam, Dhar and Khargone, SC-reserved seats of Dewas and Ujjain, and Mandsaur, Indore and Khandwa.

FPJ Web DeskUpdated: Monday, May 13, 2024, 09:02 PM IST
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MP Lok Sabha Elections 2024 Phase 4 LIVE: Mandsaur Tops With 71% Turnout; Divyang Brand Ambassador Casts Vote Using Toe (WATCH) |

Divyang brand ambassador casts vote with toe

Divyang brand ambassador Mr. Vikram Agnihotri casts his vote with his toe in phase-4 of Madhya Pradesh Lok Sabha Elections on Monday.

Voting ends with storm, light rain

Voting ended at all 8 constituencies of Madhya Pradesh on 6 Pm. The voter turnout was recorded to be 68.01% till 5 Pm. By the end, a storm emerged in Indore along with s drizzle. This resulted in power disruption at the some polling booths of the city.

 68% voter turnout till 5 Pm

The voter turnout was recorded to be 68.01% till 5 Pm as reported by Election Commission of India. Mandsaur has jumped to the top place with 71.53% participation. However, Indore remains at the bottom with below 57% of turnout.

Mandsaur is followed by Dewas with 71.53% figures and Khargone with 70.80%. Ratlam recorded 70.61%, Ujjain 70.44%, Khandwa 68.21% and Dhar recorded 67.55% of voter participation.  

70 visually impaired girls cast in Indore

70 visually impaired girls living in Mahesh Blind Welfare Association exercised their franchise to fulfill their responsibilities at the polling station of Green Field School in Indore.

Voters reach booths on Bullock cart in Burhanpur

Some voters in Burhanpur were seen riding a bollock cart to polling station number 35 of village Suktakhurd under Nepanagar on Monday.

Voter turnout till 3 am

The state voter turnout reached to 59.63% till 3 am on Monday. Madhya Pradesh has recorded the second highest turnout so far.

Khargone recorded the highest turnout with 63.84%, followed by Dewas 63.08%, Ratlam 62.78%, Mandsaur 61.58%, Ujjain 60.83%, Dhar 60.18%.

Voter turnout remained low at Khandwa 59.87%, Indore 48.04%.

First-time voters click selfies in Indore

Enthusiastic for the first-time voting, several youngsters reached polling booths in Indore to exercise their franchise. The proud youths clicked selfies, showing their inked fingers.

Voter Turnout till 1 pm

The voter turnout at 1 pm reached 48.52% in state till 1 pm.

Dewas recorded the highest turnout with 52.11%, followed by Khargone 51.48%, Ratlam 51.13%, Mandsaur 50.39%, Ujjain 49.71%, Dhar 49.37%.

Voter turnout remained low at Khandwa 48.15%, Indore 38.60%.

Man votes with toes in Ujjain

Divyang man from Ujjain cast his vote with toes. He got his toe inked at polling booth.

Barwani women reaches booth in traditional attire

Young women arrived in traditional attire to vote for the first time at polling booth number 230 located in village Than of Barwani assembly constituency.

Congress installs table for NOTA

After Akshay Kanti Bam withdrew his nomination from Indore constituency, no Congress candidate has been left in the fray. In such a scenario, opposition Congress leaders have selected 'NOTA' (None of the Above) as their new candidate.

On the voting day, the Congress leaders were seen setting up a table at a polling booth to appeal people to vote for NOTA.

BJP leaders cast their vote

Shankar Lalwani casts vote

Indore BJP Candidate Shankar Lalwani cast his vote and gets his index finger inked.

Kailash Vijayavargiya cast vote with family

BJP's prominent leader and Cabinet Minister Kailash Vijayavargiya cast vote along his family on Monday.

Sumitra Tai cast vote along with her son

Former Speaker of Lok Sabha Sumitra Mahajan cast vote along with her son Milind Mahajan and former chairman of Indore Development Authority (IDA), Jaypal Singh Chavda.

100-yr-old casts vote

100-year-old Shyama Bai, a resident of Bahadurganj, Ujjain North, assembly constituency number 216 went to polling station number 78 Bhati Rajput Dharamshala Lakkarganj and cast her vote. Despite her age, her enthusiasm towards voting has not diminished at all. Shyama Bai herself walked to the polling station and voted.

Ujjain Congress candidate cast vote

Congress candidate from Ujjain, Mahesh Parmer cast his vote on Monday.

Voter Turnout reaches 32.38% till 11 am

The voter turnout in the state reached 32.38% till 11 am. Dewas recorded the highest turnout with 35.83%, followed by Ujjain 34.25%, Mandsaur 34.12%, Ratlam 34.04%, Khargone 33.52%, Dhar 32.62%.

Voter turnout remained low at Khandwa 31.87%, Indore 25.01%.

Tents set up for voters to protect them from scorching heat

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There is a lot of enthusiasm among the voters to cast in polling booth number 220 and 225 of Sant Meera Convent Higher Secondary School of Ujjain North assembly constituency in  Ujjain Alot parliamentary constituency.

Tents were set up at the polling booth to protect the voters from sizzling heat during the day

Good facilities for differently-abled in Ujjain

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Disabled Dhanush Vyas, who came to vote at Model Polling Station No. 103 Sethi Nagar, said that very good arrangements have been made for the differently-abled people at the polling stations in Ujjain. 

He came to the polling center on a tricycle, after which he was taken on a wheelchair by the employees present at the center to vote. Ramps were arranged for disabled people at the polling station. Dhanush Vyas praised the arrangements made at the polling station and appealed to everyone to vote.

Low women participation

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Minimal participation of female voters in comparison to male at a polling booth in Khajrana area.

Indore Police Commissioner casts vote and motivates others to exercise their franchise

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Police Commissioner, Urban Indore, Rakesh Gupta along with his family exercised his franchise in Indore parliamentary constituency today on May 13. A message was given to the common citizens that Indore Police is doing its duty with full alertness with tight arrangements to conduct a peaceful, fair and hassle-free election process for their safety.

Ujjain BJP Candidate cast vote

BJP candidate Anil Firojiya cast his vote at Sethi Nagar polling booth in Ujjain on Monday.

Over 14% Voter turnout till 9 am

The voter turnout soared to 14.97% in Madhya Pradesh till 9 am. Ujjain continues to be on the top with 16.80%, followed by Dewas 16.79%, Mandsaur 16.61%, Dhar 15.61%, Khargone 15.35%, Khandwa 14.68%.

Voter turnout remained low at Ratlam 13.73%, Indore 11.48%.

Mayor Pushyamitra Bhargav cast vote

Indore Mayor Pushyamitra Bhargav cast vote along with his wife.

CM Mohan Yadav cast Vote

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Mohan Yadav casted his vote at polling station in Ujjain on Monday.

Voter queue at Chappan Dukaan Indore

Voters after casting their votes queued up at Chappan Dukaan Indore to get free Poha-Jalebi and Ice-crems.

Long queue in Mandsaur constituency

A long queue of male and female voters was seen at polling station number 43 in Mandsaur district since 7 am.

Women voters cast vote

Women voters throng polling booth to exercise their franchise at one of the polling booths in Sangam Nagar area.

Voting Begins at 7 am

The polling in the state commenced at 7 am on Monday. Huge excitement can be seen among voters. They reach early to exercise their franchise in order to evade scorching sun. 16 votes were cast at Sanwariya Nagar in Indore polling booth by 7.20 am.

BJP vs NOTA in Indore

Only BJP tables can be seen near polling booths in Indore. Tables of Congress, which is batting for NOTA, and other parties/candidates missing. Voters say they are casting ballots to candidates not NOTA.

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