Interestingly, the BJP has chalked out a strategy to get all scattered voters to their Lok Sabha  constituencies. The party is trying to establish communication with these voters through various communicative medium including social media, phone calls and writing mail.

The national secretary of BJP, Bhupendra Yadav, has planned out all these policies to attract the migrant Rajasthani voters to the polling booths.

According to the sources, around 20 lakh voters belonging to Rajasthan have migrated to different states in search of jobs, who have already got their names registered in the voters list at their home constituencies.

Upbeat with high-voltage performance in the state assembly elections and all set to register a record victory in all the 25 constituencies, the BJP has planned to bring back all the migrant voters who have moved to different states including Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, Kerela, Assam, Karnataka and other states.

BJP is also trying to maintain communication with veteran party members in these states. They have instructed to prepare a list of all such migrant voters in their respective states and motivate the migrant voters to use their right to exercise franchise.

BJP using the latest social medium of communication like facebook and whatsapp is trying to convey relevant information related to election date, Lok Sabha candidate and about polling booths to the migrant Rajasthani voters.