These refugees have escaped through land and on water into Bangladesh, hoping to avoid the wrath of the Burmese military, which has killed an overwhelming amount of people in what WashPost described as "a military crackdown" from Myanmar on its own people.
Nevertheless, the Daily Star newspaper's website raised the death toll to 10.
Some 379,000 Rohingya have fled to Bangladesh since violence began last month. The Rohingya is not listed as a recognized ethnic group in Myanmar.
The Rohingya people are a minority ethnic group in Myanmar, largely shunned by much of the country's mostly Buddhist population.
The United Nation's humanitarian wing, he said, has done emergency planning for about 300,000 Rohingya refugees.
On the other hand, other communities have also starting contributing for the relief of these Rohingya refugees.
The committee was convened to implement recommendations presented on 24 August by the Advisory Commission, a group of global observers led by former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan, the statement said.
"We have made purchases for a week and we are planning to continue the relief effort for a longer time", Amarpreet said.
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has urged Myanmar authorities to end violence against Rohingya Muslims, saying the situation there could best be described as ethnic cleansing.
"There is no sign of the flow of people drying up, as smoke from burning villages in Myanmar's North Rakhine State remains clearly visible from the Cox's Bazar district", said Joel Millman of the International Organization for Migration in Geneva.
United Nations officials working southeastern Cox's Bazar earlier today estimated the current spate of violence in Ralhine drove out some 400,000 Rohingyas to take refuge in Bangladesh while Dhaka said the country was hosting another 400,000 before the latest influx began on August 25.
India's top court is hearing a challenge to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government's decision to deport Rohingya Muslims, filed by two Rohingyas living in Delhi who fled their village in Myanmar's western Rakhine State about six years ago.