Jaipur (Rajasthan), May 06 (ANI): In review meeting on measures to prevent corona infection, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said that about 17 lakh migrant workers have registered online for interstate migration. Apart from these stranded laborers, people of Rajasthan living in other states should keep patience to return to Rajasthan and stay at the present place for the time being. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said that in the given guidelines, Centre has allowed interstate movement of only those workers and others, who are stranded in different states due to the lockdown. Such people coming to Rajasthan must necessarily stay in quarantine for 14 days. It is in the interest of the workers, their families and local residents. They should be strictly supervised to stay in quarantine in their home district. CM Gehlot also instructed the officials to make arrangements for the people coming from abroad to Rajasthan. He said that to keep such people in medical and institutional quarantine, preparations should be made in advance. For this, he instructed the concerned authority to get the district wise list of people who are coming to state from Ministry of External Affairs.