Rajgarh recorded the highest polling at 68.15 per cent, followed by Vidisha 65.31 per cent, Guna 64.80 per cent, Bhopal 60.95 per cent, Sagar 60.42 per cent, Gwalior 56.03 per cent, Morena 54.36 per cent and Bhind 50.82 per cent, the official said.
Long queues were witnessed at several polling booths throughout the day, Chief Electoral Officer V L Kantha Rao said.
In Bhopal, Congress veteran Digvijay Singh is locked in a battle with BJP candidate and 2008 Malegaon blast accused Pragya Singh Thakur.
Thakur exercised her franchise in the morning at a polling booth in Rivera Town area in the state capital.
Scindia is locked in a battle with BJP's K P Yadav, who is contesting his first Lok Sabha election.
Altogether 138 candidates are in the fray for the eight Lok Sabha seats, of which seven were won by the BJP in 2014.
"Total 18,141 polling booths were set up where over 1.44 crore people, including 32,909 service voters, were eligible to exercise their franchise," he said.
Over 45,000 security personnel were deployed for the smooth conduct of the polls.
Lok Sabha elections to 29 seats in the state are being held in four phases. The first (six seats) and second phases (seven seats) were held on April 29 and May 6.
Voting for the last phase in eight seats of Madhya Pradesh will be held on May 19 and counting of votes will take place on May 23.
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