While the Sheikh Hasina government in Bangladesh, as of now, has made a decision to provide refuge to Rohingyas fleeing persecution in Myanmar, the country has already reached out its neighbours, including India, to condemn the violence and seek a solution to the crisis.
During the more than 100 years of British rule (1824-1948), there was a significant amount of migration of labourers to what is now known as Myanmar from today's India and Bangladesh.
His statement comes after almost 471,000 Rohingya Muslims fled Rakhine state in southwestern Myanmar.
It is a priority to get them - as well as many others in informal settlements - into Kutupalong extension, where UNHCR can support the government and partners in protecting and assisting them.
In its affidavit to the apex court, the Centre said the Rohingya Muslims are "illegal" immigrants in the country and their continuous stay posed "serious national security ramifications".
Twenty three-year-old Mohammad Imran, a Rohingya who has grown up in a refugee camp in Bangladesh's Cox's Bazar after his family fled violence in Myanmar, says he is "disheartened" to learn that India sees Rohingya Muslims as a national security threat.
"We are aiming to finish it within five or six months", said Rahman, who heads the registration drive.
Hindus make up a small but long-standing minority in both Myanmar and Bangladesh.
Myanmar's army chief on Thursday called for internally displaced non-Muslims to go home.
The card listed his race as "Indian" and religion as "Hindu".
The Rohingya Muslims have been living in Myanmar for generations. Myanmar's military retaliated with "clearance operations" to root out the rebels, but the fleeing Rohingya say Myanmar soldiers shot indiscriminately, burned their homes and warned them to leave or die.
"Our village in Myanmar was surrounded by hundreds of men in black masks on the morning of August 25", said Veena Sheel, a mother-of-two whose husband works in Malaysia.
"More than half of the Rohingya women interviewed in early 2017 in a refugee camp in Bangladesh reported experiencing rape or other forms of sexual violence, but due to the acute social stigma, such cases are significantly under-reported", said a statement issued by the Special Representative. "No peace here, no peace back in Myanmar", said Sheel. "Moreover, that genocide against the Rohingya is now taking place with ongoing acts of genocide and the possibility the casualties of that genocide could be even higher in the future if nothing is done to stop it", the judgement read. "No illegal immigrant can pray for a writ of this Court which directly or indirectly confer the fundamental rights in general.", the affidavit filed by the Ministry of Home Affairs said.
The NHRC said it would argue against the deportation of the two Rohingya refugees, Md Salimullah and Md Shakir.
"We are poor. We managed to buy the bamboo and tarpaulin with people's help, and now I have to relocate again", said Mujibur Rahman, a 48-year-old Rohingya father of 10.