# Voting underway in 91 parliamentary constituencies spread over 18 States and two Union Territories.
# Elections also being held simultaneously in 57 legislative assembly constituencies in Arunachal Pradesh, 175 in Andhra Pradesh, 28 in Odisha and 32 in Sikkim.
# Voting also underway in five parliamentary constituencies in Assam — Dibrugarh, Jorhat, Lakhimpur, Kaliabor and Tezpur.
# Brisk voting reported in most polling stations in Assam. Barring some stray incidents of EMV malfunctioning and developing technical glitch, polling has been peaceful in Assam.
# Polling also reportedly peaceful in other parliamentary constituencies where voting is being held in the first phase across the country.
# Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal casts his vote in Dibrugarh town, exudes confidence that the BJP will do well in the hustings.
# Former Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi, son Gaurav who is the sitting MP from Kaliabor and is seeking re-election, cast their votes at a polling booth in Jorhat.
# Sushanta Borgohain, Congress candidate from Jorhat parliamentary seat, casts his vote in Demow.
# Lakhimpur BJP candidate and sitting MP Pradan Baruah casts his vote at a polling booth in Dhemaji.
# Pallab Lochan Das and MGVK Bhanu, the BJP and Congress candidates from Tezpur Lok Sabha constituency, also exercised their democratic right.
# Dibrugarh MLA Prasanta Phukan also exercised his franchise along with his family members at a polling booth in Dibrugarh.
# AGP nominee for the Kaliabor constituency, Moni Madhab Mahanta, casts his vote in Kaliabor.
# AGP president and Assam Agriculture minister Atul Bora also exercised his franchise in Bokakhat.
Estimated voting percentages at 11 am
#Dibrugarh — 30 %
#Jorhat — 24 %
#Kaliabor — 28 %
#Lakhimpur — 22 %
#Tezpur — 28 %
Overall Voting Percentage (Assam) — 26 %
Estimated voting percentages at 12 Noon
#Dibrugarh — 48 %
#Jorhat — 46 %
#Kaliabor — 51 %
#Lakhimpur — 43 %
#Tezpur — 49 %
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