Around 40,000 Rohingyas are living in camps, and the court has inquired about whether the refugees have access to basic human necessities like potable water, toilets, education and healthcare.
The Supreme Court also marked three refugee camps, and ordered the government to submit a thorough report about the living condition there.
The camps are Kalindi Kunj in Delhi, and Faridabad and Mewat in Haryana.
A three-member Supreme Court bench headed by Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra passed the order on Monday, giving a light of hope to the Rohingya refugees living in India.
Speaking to the correspondent, a local Rohingya leader and also a student of Delhi University, Ali Zohor said: “We are optimistic that the court will not pass a verdict granting the government permission to deport us, as the Supreme
Court and the chief justice have ordered the authorities to check on us.”
The court was scheduled to pass a verdict in a case on Monday, filed in response to a decision made by the central government to deport Rohingya refugees currently living in India.