He asked the State government as to how the refugees were being provided with food security cards and voter identity cards.
The region along the Bangladesh-Myanmar border where nearly one million Rohingya refugees from Myanmar are in camps has been battered by torrential rain since Monday.
The 2.10-hectare land estimated worth Rs 97 crore lies in Madan Khadar area of the national capital near Noida and belongs to the Irrigation Department of UP, the officials said.
The Centre had earlier opposed the plea saying that the country cannot be the capital for illegal immigrants.
A bench of Chief Justice Bobde and Justices AS Bopanna and V Ramasubramanian after hearing detailed arguments on the plea said, 'We are closing it for order'.
Lawyer Prashant Bhushan, for the petitioner, said that he is going to submit an important order of the International Court of Justice before the Supreme Court.
More than 600,000 minority Rohingya Muslims have fled to Bangladesh to escape violence in Myanmar's Rakhine State since August 25 last year.
Some 700,000 members of the Muslim minority have fled Myanmar since August to escape a bloody military crackdown.
Bangladesh will begin relocating around 100,000 Rohingya refugees to a desolate island off its southern coast despite warnings the site is prone to violent weather.
Canada announced targeted sanctions in February against a Myanmar general who led the army crackdown.
Police in Bangladesh's southeast said they were investigating after a boat moored at a Thai island with dozens of Rohingya aboard.
Nearly 700,000 Rohingya Muslims have sought shelter in southern Bangladesh since Myanmar launched a brutal crackdown on insurgents in August that the US and UN have called ethnic cleansing.
Myanmar has been trumpeting its readiness to take back refugees, who are massed across the border in Bangladesh, and built reception centres and transit camps for returnees.
Local border guard commander S.M. Ariful Islam told AFP the 52 refugees tied plastic jerrycans together to float across the Naf River separating the two countries.
Some 90 Rohingyas huddle in one two-storeyed building in Keelambakkam in Chennai, living the life of stateless people.