Polling began at 7 am and will continue till 6 pm in 10 parliamentary constituencies which are going to polls in the single phase, officials said.
At Hisar (27.17 pc), Bhiwani Mahendergarh (25.24 pc), Sirsa (24.15 pc), Ambala (18.22 ), Kurukshetra (23.81 pc), Sonipat (24.28 pc), Faridabad (22.66 pc) , while it was picking up pace at Rohtak (21.46 pc) and Karnal (20.91 pc).
Gurgaon recorded 23.35 polling percentage during first four hours.
Inder Jeet said there were glitches in EVMs at a few booths early in the morning, but these were replaced immediately.
JJP leader Digvijay Chautala, who is contesting from Sonipat, alleged that at booths number 88, 89 and 90 in Jind district, his party symbol (a pair of slippers) were "not clearly visible on EVM machines and some voters have complained to me in this regard".
"This is a serious matter and the Election Commission must look into this," Digvijay said.
Enthusiastic voters were seen several places. A bridegroom went to cast his vote in Mullana in Ambala parliamentary constituency before solemnising his marriage.
At Sirsa and Hisar, the voters queued up since early morning to cast their vote. There were reports of a few centenarians also exercising their franchise in Rohtak district.
Over one lakh of total voters are physically challenged and special facilities have been provided for them, he said.
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