Delhi, where seven Lok Sabha seats are at stake, logged just 55.44 per cent polling till 6 pm on Sunday.
According to the Election Commission of India's (ECI) Voter Turnout App, the voting percentage at 6 pm remained low with only 55.44 per cent voters having cast their votes.
The initial enthusiasm among voters of the national capital slightly dwindled with the increasing temperature and blazing sun, while leaders cutting across party lines appealed to the voters to exercise their right to franchise.
Similarly, for North West Delhi and West Delhi, the voter turnout till 6 pm was 54.60 per cent and 55.45 per cent respectively.
The lowest turnout was recorded in South Delhi parliamentary constituency with just 53.43 per cent voters exercising their right to vote.
While the polling percentage reflected a less than enough enthusiasm among Delhi voters, prominent leaders having their names in Delhi voter list came out in large numbers to cast their vote.
BJP, AAP, and Congress are in the fight for the general assembly elections in Delhi.
Delhi comes fifth in the list of seven states which went to polls in the sixth phase with West Bengal occupying the first position with 80.16 per cent polling while Uttar Pradesh comes last with 50.94 per cent.
The counting of votes will take place on May 23.
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