To celebrate National Girl Child Day on January 24, Haridwar-based high school girl Shristi Goswami will turn into the Chief Minister of Uttarakhand for one day. She will regulate from the summer capital of the state - Gairsain and will survey different plans run by the Trivender Singh Rawat government. These plans incorporate Atal Ayushman Scheme, Smart City project, Homestay Scheme by the travel industry division, and other advancement projects.
Before she assumes control over the CM office, authorities of different offices under the Uttarakhand government will allow a five-minute overview each on their provisions. To guarantee that all the high-ranking representatives are available in the program, the Uttarakhand Child Rights Protection Commission has composed a letter to the Chief Secretary. The commission's President Usha Negi has said that the program will be held from 12 to 3 pm in the State gathering building. Negi said that the commission has comprised a child gathering.
Srishti Goswami, at present, holds the post of Chief Minister of the Uttarakhand's Bal Vidhan Sabha. She is an inhabitant of Daulatpur town in Haridwar locale. A student of BSc Agriculture, her dad runs a little shop in the town and her mom is an Anganwadi worker.
Her dad Praveen Puri told TOI, "Srishti is a splendid youngster. She wants to work for the upliftment of girl child students all over. She is likewise important for a social association that persuades the girls towards getting education."
Goswami is a BSc Agriculture seventh semester student at BSM PG College Roorkee. Previously, she had partaken in numerous projects on International Girl Child Day. In May 2018, she turned into the Chief Minister of Uttarakhand Bal Vidhan Sabha.
Prior in 2018, Srishti was chosen as a legislator of the child assembly in Uttarakhand. In 2019, she went to Thailand to participate in Girls' International Leadership.