Bhubaneswar: Like the last three phases of polling, voting has been delayed at some booths in the ongoing fourth phase due to technical glitches in the EVMs.
Voters started standing in queues at 7 am this morning before 10,792 booths under six Lok Sabha constituencies to elect six MPs and 41 MLAs of their choice. However, it has been reported voting could not be started at some booths due to non-functioning of EVMs.
According to reports, voting has been disrupted at two polling stations at Konark, one at Nimapada, one in Baripada, two in Bhadrak, two in Pattamundai, two in Udala, one in Salepur, one in Balasore and one at Bhograi.
Voting would start once new EVMs are brought and put to use, said reports.