Nearly 16 per cent turnout was recorded in two Lak Sabha seats in Jammu and Kashmir till 3 pm on Monday, officials said.
The Kargil in Ladakh division recorded 60.91 per cent voting and Leh recorded 49.07 per cent turnout till 3 pm.
Pulwama registered the lowest voter turnout of 1.51 per cent followed by Shopian with 2.64 per cent turnout.
Pulwama District has 351,314 electors including 181,259 males, 169,508 females, 541 service electors (533 male and 08 female) and 06 transgender voters. For smooth polling, the ECI has set up 450 polling stations across the district.
District Pulwama comprises four assembly segments of Tral, Pampore, Pulwama and Rajpora.
Rajpora Assembly segment has the highest number of 95,633 electors including 49,808 males, 45,738 females and 87 male service voters while as Pampore has the lowest 82,188 electors, including 41,929 males, 40,230 females, 24 male service voters and five transgender voters.
Tral assembly segment has 88,617 electors 45,637 males, 42, 650 females, 329 service voters (324 male and 5 female) and single transgender voter.
Pulwama assembly segment has 84,876 electors, including 43885 males, 40,890 females and 101 service voters (98 male and three females).
Similarly, Shopian District has 171,216 electors including 89,868 males, 81,227 females, 116 service electors (113 male and 03 female) and five transgender voters. For smooth polling, the ECI has set up 245 polling stations across the district.
Wachi assembly segment has 83,532 electors including 43,848 males, 39,614 females, 66 service voters (63 males and 3 females) and four transgender voters.
Shopian assembly segment has 87,684 electors, including 46,020 males, 41,613 females, 50 male service voters, and a single transgender voter.