This is the third phase of polling in the state and the country's sixth.
Giridih Lok Sabha constituency registered the maximum 32.24 per cent votes, followed by 30.8 per cent in Singhbhum (ST) seat, 29.33 per cent in Jamshedpur and 29.03 per cent in Dhanbad, an Election Commission release said here.
In Jamshedpur, policemen were seen helping the sick and the differently abled voters cast their votes.
A 106-year-old woman, Pupalata Pal, voted at a booth situated in Rajkiya Kanya Uchh Vidyala in Chaibasa under Singhbhum constitutency.
Pal has been voting in Chaibasa from the first general elections, an official release said.
Polling will be held till 4 pm.
Jharkhand Water Resources Minister and Ajsu party leader Chandraprakash Choudhary, three sitting BJP MPs---P N Singh from Dhanbad, B B Mahato from Jamshedpur and Laxman Gilua from Singhbhum constituencies, are among the 67 candidates, including ten women, in the fray.
Mahato is taking on JMM MLA Champai Soren from Jamshedpur while former chief minister Madhu Kodas wife and Congress candidate, Gita Koda, is vying for the Singhbhum (ST) seat against Gilua, the BJPs state unit president.
The JMM and the Congress are part of the "Mahagathbandhan" (grand alliance) in Jharkhand.
The first two phases for seven Lok Sabha constituencies had concluded on April 29 and May 6 while the fourth and last phase polling will be held on May 19.
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