Cyclone Amphan has killed at least 22 people in Bangladesh and left many displaced in the country's coastal areas.
Myanmar has faced international pressure to allow Rohingyas to return to Rakhine and grant them citizenship rights.
Health and police personnel would visit them to check their health status, police sources said, adding that no positive case has been reported with regard to Rohingyas under the Rachakonda police.
The ministry said the Rohingyas residing in camps in Hyderabad had attended Tablighi Jamaat 'Ijtema' at Haryana's Mewat, and had also attended the meet at national capital's Nizamuddin.
The air force said in a statement late Thursday that one of its surveillance aircraft had spotted the boat about 70 nautical miles (130 kilometers) off the northern resort island of Langkawi.
One of the rescued Rohingyas told a journalist near the scene that they managed to get onboard a ship through small boats sneaking out of their camps in Cox's Bazar to be ferried to Malaysia.
The BJP chief opined that illegal immigrants are easily influenced by anti-national forces such as ISI, Al Qaeda and may spearhead operations to destabilise the nation.
Refugees fear they will be asked to leave the country, say they got the cards fraudulently to avail govt benefits.
India and Bangladesh have agreed on the need to expedite the safe return of Rohingya migrants to their homes in Myanmar, the Centre told Parliament.
Around 100 children from the Rohingya community hoisted the National Flag at Day School for Refugees in Balapur.
A bench headed by Chief Justice S A Bobde issued notices on some intervention applications.
The intelligence agencies have also shared this information with National Investigation Agency for further probe.
A total of 134 foreigners -- including 92 Bangladeshis, 41 Rohingyas and one Nigerian -- were held in 2019 from India-Bangladesh border.
Far away from their homelands and deprived of benefits, refugees in national capital live in hope of better days, writes Somrita Ghosh
Earlier this month, Union Home Minister Amit Shah had said in Parliament that Rohingyas will never be accepted as citizens of India.