MoS Home Affairs Nityanand Rai also said in the Rajya Sabha that a total of 1,21,598 have also been declared as Indians by the FTs.
Foreign media, including Der Spiegel and the BBC, have reported discrepancies in the serial numbers of the tests Serbian authorities administered to the top-ranked Djokovic.
French Open organizers have previously said it's too early to comment since virus restrictions can change between now and May depending on the virus situation.
Refugee activists say the tennis star's treatment exposes the harsh treatment of dozens of others detained because of visa issues.
It wasn't immediately clear where Djokovic planned to travel next. The Dubai Duty-Free tennis tournament, which Djokovic won in 2020, doesn't start until Feb. 14.
Djokovic's visa originally was cancelled on Jan. 6 and he spent four nights in an immigration detention hotel before that decision was overturned by a judge on procedural grounds last Monday.
Djokovic has won a record nine Australian Open titles, including three in a row, but this time won’t even get the chance to try.
The decision likely means that Djokovic, who is not vaccinated against COVID-19, will remain in detention in Melbourne until he is deported.
Djokovic's lawyers are expected to appeal the cancelation in the Federal Circuit and Family Court as they successfully did after the first cancellation.
As of Thursday night, there still was no resolution, although Djokovic's name was at the top of the men's bracket, with his No. 1 seeding intact, due to face another Serbian, Miomir Kecmanovic.
Djokovic won a legal battle on Monday allowing him to stay in the country, but he still faces the prospect of deportation because he's not vaccinated against COVID-19.
The 34-year-old is fighting deportation and the cancellation of his visa in the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia.
Djokovic reached out to the world for the first time in three days later Friday night, posted on social media to mark the Orthodox Christmas and thank his supporters.
In Germany, six Afghan citizens were scheduled for deportation last week but the process was postponed.
Armenians say up to 1.5 million of their kin were killed between 1915 and 1917, and have long sought international recognition that this was genocide.