Srishti Goswami Will Become The CM Of Uttarakhand For One Day

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Uttarakhand, January 22, 2021: Srishti Goswami, who lives in Haridwar, Uttarakhand, will become the Chief Minister of Uttarakhand for a day on 24 January. A meeting will be held in room number 120 of the assembly on this day. Its approval and instructions have been given by Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat.

Uttarakhand Child Protection Commission chairperson Usha Negi sent a letter to Chief Secretary Omprakash on Wednesday. She said that on 24 January, a promising student has been entrusted with the responsibility of being the Chief Minister to propagate the empowerment of girls. Srishti Goswami will be the one-day Chief Minister of Uttarakhand.

During her one day tenure, Srishti will review the development works of the state. For this, the designated department officials will give their presentation in the assembly for five minutes each. The assembly will be held from 12 noon to 3 pm.

Srishti’s parents say that they feel extremely proud. They further said, “Every daughter can achieve such milestones, all they need is the right support.” Meanwhile, Srishti Goswami expressed her heartfelt gratitude to the Chief Minister of Uttarakhand for the opportunity.

Srishti Goswami, hailing from Daulatpur village in Haridwar, Bahadur, is pursuing B.Sc Agriculture from BSM PG College, Roorkee. In May 2018, she was selected as the Chief Minister on behalf of the child legislators in the Bal Vidhan Sabha. A child chief minister is elected every three years in the Bal Vidhan Sabha.