One-day CM: Teenager Shristi Goswami to take charge of Uttarakhand CMO on Jan 24
In one day of her CM-ship, Shristi Goswami will review various schemes run by the Trivender Singh Rawat government including Atal Ayushman Scheme, Smart City project, Homestay Scheme by the tourism department and other development projects.
New Delhi: Setting a rare example of ‘public governance’, Uttarakhand government has allowed a Haridwar-based teenage girl to become Chief Minister of the state for one day.
Shristi Goswami will take charge of the state to mark National Girl Child Day on January 24.
In one day of her CM-ship, she will review various schemes run by the Trivender Singh Rawat government including Atal Ayushman Scheme, Smart City project, Homestay Scheme by the tourism department and other development projects.
Before she takes over the CM office, officials of various departments of the state government will give a five-minute presentation to the one-day CM on January 24.
According to a leading daily, State Commission for Protection of Child Rights chief Usha Negi informed that CM Trivendra Singh Rawat has provided a learning opportunity to Shristi Goswami who was elected as a chief minister of Bal Vidhansabha in 2018 for three years and currently pursuing BSc in Agriculture in Roorkee.
Negi said that the child commission formed Uttarakhand Bal Vidhansabha with an objective to help children to learn democratic values and observe how to work with an open and transparent process.
Who is Srishti Goswami?
Srishti Goswami, a resident of Daulatpur village in Haridwar district, currently holds the post of Chief Minister of Uttarakhand’s Bal Vidhan Sabha.
Goswami is a BSc Agriculture 7th semester student at BSM PG College Roorkee. She has participated in many programs on International Girl Child Day. In May 2018, she became the Chief Minister of Uttarakhand Bal Vidhan Sabha.