"State Counsellor of Myanmar Aung San Suu Kyi called on #PresidentKovind today; the President presented his visitor her favourite bush roses from the Long Garden of Rashtrapati Bhavan", wrote in a Twitter post.
Former US ambassador to the United Nations Bill Richardson, who has known Suu Kyi for over 30 years and visited her during her lengthy period of house arrest, told CNN this week "she's changed, she's become, unfortunately, a politician afraid of the military and afraid to make the tough decisions to resolve one of the worst humanitarian crises in history".
The Myanmar State Counsellor's Office said in a statement that Richardson was pursuing his own agenda and had exceeded the mandate of the Advisory Board on Rakhine State.
Richardson said Suu Kyi appeared to want the 10-member worldwide advisory group, one in a string of Rohingya commissions set up by the Myanmar government, to endorse her policies.
The advisory board, established with five foreign and five domestic experts in December a year ago, is to provide necessary advice for the effective implementation of the recommendations of the Advisory Commission on Rakhine State, led by former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan. Aung San Suu Kyi was with us.
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Richardson went on to say that he was "taken aback by the vigor with which the media, the United Nations, human rights groups and in general the worldwide community were disparaged", as the panel held meetings with Myanmar officials during the past three days.
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And in his resignation letter, Richardson accused members of being a "cheerleading squad" for the government. "Among the circus of commissions over many years, the Annan commission was a rare exception" in that it produced actionable suggestions and criticism of government policies, he said.
The former United States ambassador to the United Nations resigned from an advisory panel set-up by the government after accusing members of trying to "whitewash" the crisis.
Some, however, say her silence is a calculated political move not to alienate the powerful military and many people from Myanmar who consider the Rohingya as outcasts in their country.
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"Aung San Suu Kyi was with us".
A spokesman for Myanmar's government, U Zaw Htay, told the New York Times that Mr Richardson "needs to understand clearly that he is supposed to give advice only about the Rakhine issue, not everything about Myanmar".
Myanmar's government plans to repatriate almost 700,000 Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh back to the state of Rakhine.
Reacting to Richardson's statement, it said the advisory board members met together with open minds, to listen to all perspectives, and to learn, in order to formulate their collective views.
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