New Delhi: On January 24, National Girl Child Day, Kishori Srishti Goswami of Haridwar will take over as the Chief Minister of Uttarakhand for a day on Sunday. Srishti will rule the summer capital of Uttarakhand with non-taxation and will review all the schemes of the Trivendra Singh Rawat government.
These schemes include Atal Ayushman Yojana, Smart City Project, Tourism Department’s Homestay Scheme, and other development projects. She will also participate in the Bal Sabha session in Dehradun.
Before reviewing the plans, Srishti will look into the functioning of the CM office. During this period, officers of various departments of Uttarakhand government will give a five-minute presentation on their plans. To ensure the presence of all top officials in the program, the Uttarakhand Child Rights Protection Commission has written a letter to the Chief Secretary. The commission’s chair Usha Negi has said that the program will be held from 12 to 3 pm in the state legislative assembly building.
Who is Srishti Goswami B.Sc Agriculture student Srishti Goswami lives in Daulatpur village in the district. Her father runs a small shop in the village and her mother is an Anganwadi worker. Goswami is a BSc Agriculture seventh semester student at BSM PG College Roorkee. In the past, she participated in many events on International Girl Child Day. 19-year-old Srishti also became the Chief Minister of Uttarakhand Bal Vidhan Sabha in 2018. In 2019, Srishti went to Thailand to participate in the international leadership of the girls. “His father Praveen Puri told,” Srishti is a wonderful girl. She wants to work for the upliftment of girls everywhere. He is also part of a social organization that motivates girls to pursue education.
The one-day Chief Minister will administer the state’s summer capital from Guysain, and review various schemes run by the state government, including Atal Ayushman Yojana, Smart City Project, Homestay Scheme by Tourism Department and other development projects.
Speaking about the opportunity to become the one-day Chief Minister of Uttarakhand, Goswami said that she was overwhelmed and would try her best to prove that the youth can stay in the administration while working for the welfare of the people.