Many Rohingya children had managed to slip through the net until earlier this year when Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's government cracked down, ordering schools to expel them.
Some 740,000 Rohingya have fled Myanmar since a brutal military crackdown in 2017 against the stateless minority in the Buddhist-majority country.
The Asansol BJP MP also claimed that the violence in the state has brought shame to the entire Bengali community across the globe.
The arrested Rohingyas can neither speak Hindi nor English, leading to communication problems, the SP said
Wirathu has long been the face of the country's Buddhist nationalist movement, notorious for espousing hate against the Rohingya minority.
Four officers and three soldiers were sentenced in 2018 to 10 years with hard labour for killing 10 Rohingya villagers, with army chief Min Aung Hlaing holding up the sentence.
Filippo Grandi said that the government has beeen slow in implementating the human rights procedure in the country.
About 740,000 Muslim minority Rohingya have fled Myanmar for Bangladesh since a brutal military crackdown began in August 2017.
Tiwari expressed grief and solidarity with tyagi's family and demanded setting up of a fast track court to ensure speedy justice to the family.
The UN refugee agency said the registration could serve as a tool for law enforcement to help counter human trafficking.
Many Rohingya refugees who fled said there had been mass rapes and slaughters in the villages, and in a report published last September.
Some 740,000 Rohingya Muslims fled a brutal military clampdown in Myanmar in August 2017 and arrived in Bangladesh to join another 300,000 already living in the refugee camps.
Presidential pardons are traditionally granted around the Myanmar new year in April.
The army convicted soldiers for the massacre in a rare response to allegations of atrocities.
Supporters believe the pair were punished for investigating a massacre of 10 Rohingya in Myanmar's western Rakhine state in September 2017.