Chandrabb Naidu, Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, and his seven, voted in Amrawati, the new capital of Andhra Pradesh.
The Southern state is one of those who will end voting today – but reportedly, a number of polling booths are seeing delays due to faulty electronic voting machines (EVMs).
The Chief Minister previously demanded a return to paper ballots, calling the car a "threat to democracy."
The most important ally in any federal coalition.
Three regional parties compete for 25 seats in parliament. Mr. Naidou is actively campaigning to keep power – he is against Jagan Mohan Reddi, chairman of the YSR Congress, and Pawan Kalian, a southern political figure who recently founded the Yang Sen party.
Rates are particularly high after Andhra Pradesh also votes to elect their state legislature. Mr. Naidu's son, Lokesh, is also seen in the photo above and is a candidate for state polls.