Bangladesh is not in a hurry to relocate Rohingya refugees.
The United Nations has sought details on the government’s plan of the nearly one million Rohingya Muslims living in cramped camps in Bhasan Char.
Human rights groups have been criticizing the Bangladesh government for not dealing with the disaster management and relief appropriately which it has been developing for the past two years.
The number of refugees has swelled since August 2017.
The Myanmar military-led crackdown prompted some 730,000 Rohingya to flee.
The United Nations is making plans to help Bangladesh to move 100,000 refugees.
The United Nations has called for a thorough assessment for the critical protection and operational issues related to the relocation.
The agency has appealed for donor funds from $9 million to $19 million to facilitate the identification, reception and sustainment of refugees on the Bay of Bengal island.
Densely-populated Bangladesh has been grappling with the large number of refugees.