Bangladesh announced the plan to install barbed wire fences around the Rohingya camps in Cox's Bazar as the authorities were aiming to prevent Rohingyas spread across the country.
Dhaka also refuted Myanmar's portrayal of Rohingyas as 'illegal migrants from Bangladesh from the colonial era.'
ARSA militants were behind an attack on government posts in Myanmar's Rakhine region on August 25, 2017, which led to a brutal military crackdown forcing 7,40,000 Rohingyas to flee to Bangladesh.
Dhaka has long wanted to move 100,000 refugees to the islet, saying it would take the pressure off the overcrowded border camps where almost a million Rohingya are currently residing.
Bangladeshi government has instructed operators to shut down 3G, 4G and LTE networks in the Rohingya camp areas in Teknaf and Ukhi.
Bangladesh's telecommunications regulator on September 3 ordered phone companies to cut off mobile access in the three dozen refugee camps, citing security grounds.
Some 740,000 Rohingya fled a 2017 crackdown by Myanmar's military and are living in squalid conditions in camps in Bangladesh's southeastern border district of Cox's Bazar.