After a sluggish start, voting picked up in Goa with a 45.11 per cent voter turnout recorded in the two Lok Sabha constituencies till 1 p.m on Tuesday. The two parliamentary seats — North Goa and South Goa — recorded 46.26 per cent and 43.97 per cent polling, respectively.Also Read - Mapusa Election Result LIVE: BJP's Joshua D'Souza Wins

Voting is on at 1,652 polling booths across Goa since 7 a.m. Also Read - Goa Assembly Election 2022: Will BJP's Joshua Peter D’Souza be Able to Retain Mapusa?

In the Shiroda, Mapusa and Mandrem Assembly segments, the polling percentage by 1 p.m. was recorded at 45.86, 47.19 and 45.95 per cent, respectively. Also Read - Allahabad HC Dismisses Plea Challenging PM Modi's Election From Varanasi LS Seat

All electronic voting machines (EVMs) at a polling station in Cuncolim Assembly constituency in South Goa were replaced due to technical glitches, Goa Chief Electoral Officer Kunal said.

Some of the candidates in the fray, including four-time BJP MP and Union Minister of State for AYUSH Shripad Naik, state Congress President Girish Chodankar, sitting BJP MP Narendra Sawaikar and former Chief Minister Francisco Sardinha, cast their votes.