One Day CM of Uttrakhand Srishti Goswami
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Today we are going to tell you about such a promising student Srishti Goswami, who became the CM of Uttarakhand for a day. Srishti Goswami reached Dehradun on the occasion of National Girl Child Day i.e. Girl’s Day and took charge as Chief Minister for a day in the Bal Vidhan Sabha. After becoming the child Chief Minister, all the MLAs and officials have given best wishes to Srishti. Let’s know about Srishti Goswami.
Who is Srishti Goswami who became CM
Srishti Goswami, 19, hails from Daulatpur village in Haridwar district. Srishti’s father Praveen Goswami is a shopkeeper who runs a small shop in the village itself. Whereas, Srishti’s mother Sudha Goswami is a housewife. Srishti is pursuing BSc Agriculture from BSM PG College, Roorkee.
Selection is done every three years
In May 2018, Srishti was selected as the Chief Minister on behalf of the child legislators in the Bal Vidhan Sabha and she became the child Chief Minister. Please tell that every three years a child chief minister is elected in the Bal Vidhan Sabha. Once again, Srishti has got an opportunity to become CM of one day, due to which she is very excited.
Girl’s Day is on 24 January
Girl’s day is on 24 January, on this day Srishti Goswami became the child chief minister for a day. It was approved by the state’s CM Trivendra Singh Rawat. As a child CM Srishti will review the development work done in Uttarakhand. For this, the Vidhan Sabha will be held in Room No. 120 of the Assembly, in which a dozen department officials will give a five-minute presentation on the plans.
Know what the parents of the universe said
Srishti’s father Pravin Puri says that he is feeling very proud. So at the same time, Sudha Goswami, mother of the creation, says that the situation that her daughter has achieved, a message will be sent to every parent in the country that daughters should never be stopped from moving forward. Daughter and son should be given equal love, respect and opportunity, because daughters, like sons, can achieve every mile due to their hard work.
Child Rights Protection Commission wrote a letter to the Chief Secretary
Uttarakhand Child Rights Protection Commission wrote a letter to the Chief Secretary to ensure that officers are present during the program. The commission’s chair Usha Negi said that the program will be held from 12 to 3 pm in the assembly building. Negi said that the commission has constituted a child assembly.