- Srishti Goswami of Haridwar will become one day CM of Uttarakhand on National Girls’ Child Day.
- CM Trivendra Singh Rawat will give responsibility for the post of CM during the convening of Bal Vidhan Sabha session.
- Srishti will review schemes running in the state like Ayushman Yojana, Smart City Project, etc.
The story of the one-day CM of the film ‘Nayak’ will be seen in Uttarakhand today. On Sunday, Srishti Goswami of Haridwar will become CM of Uttarakhand on National Girls’ Child Day. Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat himself will give Srishti the responsibility of the post of CM during the Vidhan Sabha session at Vidhan Bhavan in Dehradun.
Srishti will then review the ongoing schemes in Rawat government such as Ayushman Yojana, Smart City Project, Home Stay etc. During this time, about a dozen departmental officers will give a presentation of 5-5 minutes related to their project in front of Srishti. Srishti will give a presentation on the child department herself.
19-year-old Srishti hails from Daulatpur village in Haridwar and is a 7th-semester student in BSc PG College, Roorkee in BSc Agriculture. Her father Praveen Puri owns a small shop in the village and mother Sudha is an Anganwadi worker.
Became an inspiration for children’s education
Srishti Goswami was earlier elected as a lawmaker in the 2018 Children’s Assembly. In 2019, she led India in Thailand in the Girls International Leadership Program. She has been running a scheme called ‘Start’ for two years. In this, the poor children of the area, especially girls, are being motivated to study.