The highest turnout of 79.73 per cent was registered in Cooch Behar district, followed by 76.2 per cent polling in Hoogly.
Local police said that four people were killed as central forces opened fire allegedly after coming under attack from locals, who 'attempted to snatch their rifles'.
PM Modi stressed that the state will move towards peace and tranquility after decades of bloodshed, fear and violence and will complete the concept of 'Sonar Bangla'.
He also accused Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee of instigating people against the central forces.
Kishor dared the BJP to release the full record of the chat on Clubhouse, a social media platform, and claimed that the saffron camp would not get more than 100 assembly seats in the ongoing polls.
The decision comes against the backdrop of four persons being killed as central forces allegedly opened fire after coming under attack from locals.
The chief minister speaking at at a public meeting here, asked Union Home Minister Amit Shah to explain why five lives were lost in central forces' firing in Sitalkuchi in Coochbehar district.
Bengal polls: BJP candidate Locket Chatterjee attacked in Hooghly, mediapersons' vehicles vandalised
BJP has fielded Chatterjee from the Chunchura Assembly constituency against Trinamool Congress' (TMC) Asit Mazumdar and Forward Bloc's Pranab Ghosh.
Prasada, who was engaged in aggressively campaigning for the Assembly polls, had tested positive for COVID-19 earlier this week and was in quarantine as advised by doctors.
TMC Rajya Sabha MP Dola Sen said that when Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had pointed to the excesses of the central forces, she was twice issued a showcause notice.
As per preliminary reports, four persons were killed as CISF personnel opened fire after coming under attack in a village.
Bengal polls: BJP's polling agent stopped from entering booth in Tollygunge; Babul Supriyo intervenes
BJP MP and candidate from Tollygunge assembly constituency Supriyo reached there and ensured the agent's entry.
A first-time voter was shot dead by unidentified persons outside a polling booth in West Bengal's Cooch Behar district.
Mamata Banerjee-led TMC had joined hands with the Congress to oust the Left Front from power in 2011.
Bihar's Kishanganj Town PS SHO Ashwani Kumar fell prey to the violent attack, when he went to raid a hideout of vehicle thieves on early Saturday morning.