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The letter from the TMC to the apex poll panel came in the wake of reports of violence in the first few hours of polling in West Bengal, where the fourth phase of elections is underway in eight Lok Sabha constituencies.
While most of the people stayed indoors in Kashmir to protest the elections, there were sporadic instances of stone throwing against the Indian forces near the polling stations across Kulgam.
At least seven people were injured in the skirmishes in West Bengal's Dubrajpur area after voters were barred from taking in mobile phones to polling stations.
According to the election commission, polling is also underway in West Bengal, Odisha, Bihar and Jharkhand states. The subsequent phases of polling will be held on May 6, 12 and 19.
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Following clashes between TMC and BJP workers, a BJP delegation including Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, Vijay Goel and Anil Baluni met Election Commission over poll-related violence.
Sources in the Election Commission said that it sought a report.
The TMC lodged a complaint against Central forces with the Election Commission. The ruling Trinamool Congress and the BJP accused each other of intimidating voters in the state, which has seen violence in all previous three phases despite stepped up central forces deployment.
Almost 55.86 per cent voting was recorded in Maharashtra (17 seats), 59.02 per cent Bihar (five seats) and 64.38 per cent Jharkhand (3 seats), according to data provided by the Election Commission.
"This is to bring to your notice that across several parliamentary constituencies having poll today, Central Forces have created a reign of terror in the minds of voters and they have also urged the voters to cast their vote in favour of BJP". A letter to the EC signed by Derek O'Brien said: "We are shocked and surprised to hear the utterances of Narendra Modi that 40 AITC MLAs are in touch with him and will cross over to BJP after declaration of results".
In the nine states, more than 140,000 polling booths were set up.