In the city's Beliaghata area, clashes broke out between two groups of people, following which the police resorted to mild lathicharge to disperse them.
BJP's Jorasanko candidate Meena Devi Purohit alleged that the crude bombs were hurled at her vehicle while she was touring different polling booths.
Over 84.77 lakh voters will decide the political fate of 283 candidates in this phase.
Security measures have been heightened in view of the violence in the previous phases, particularly the death of five people in Cooch Behar in the fourth round of polling.
The Election Commission has banned all victory processions on or after the day of counting of votes on May 2.
The counting of votes will be held in Assam, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Kerala and Puducherry on May 2.
Participating in a door-to-door campaign in 14th ward here, Reddy said that Siddipet was developed into a model town by Finance Minister T Harish Rao.
Harish Rao said that the administration had made Siddipet free from mosquitos, stray pigs, monkeys and street dogs.
Over 1.03 crore voters will decide the political fate of 306 candidates in this phase.
The State Election Commission issued notification to this effect on Thursday. Apart from Greater Warangal Municipal Corporation and Khammam Municipal Corporation, elections will be held for Achampet, Siddipet, Nakrekal.
Chandra was appointed as an Election Commissioner on February 14, 2019, ahead of the Lok Sabha elections.
The ban comes into force ahead of the fifth phase of Assembly polls in the state on April 17.
The Chief Minister had said that she will hold a protest rally in Cooch Behar on Sunday against the firing incident and visit the homes of the deceased.
A repoll would be ordered in the coming days in accordance with the laid-down procedure, a source said.
The youth, identified as Anand Burman, was dragged outside polling booth number 85 in Pathantuli area of Sitalkuchi while voting was underway and shot dead.
Polling began at 7 am for 44 seats in the fourth phase of the West Bengal Assembly election amid tight security.
Villagers came out of their houses and exercised their franchise to vote violating the prohibitory orders under Section 144.
Claiming that a BJP wave was blowing across West Bengal and his party would form the next government, Modi said Banerjee's angry reactions indicate that she has lost the polls.
Even before polling opened at 7 am, people could be seen eagerly queuing up before the polling stations.
Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Puducherry are voting on Tuesday in single-phase assembly elections.