Rain and winter chill led to a low-key start of polling on Wednesday in 10 constituencies of south Kashmir's Anantnag and Kulgam districts for the sixth phase of Jammu and Kashmir assembly elections. Very few voters turned out in the morning in Anantnag, Kulgam, Homeshalibugh, Devsar and Noorabad constituencies. In Kokernag, Shangus, Bijbehara Dooru and Pahalgam constituencies, only small queues were seen at polling stations. However, poll officials were confident that more people would cast their votes later in the day. "The voting process is likely to pick up throughout the 10 constituencies as the day warms up," a poll official here said. Heavy deployment of police and paramilitary central reserve police (CRPF) has been made throughout the 10 constituencies. The freedom fighters joint co-ordination committee has called for a poll boycott and also announced an anti-poll march to the districts headquarters in Anantnag and Kulgam to dissuade people from casting their votes.