On the occasion of National Girl Child Day, Srishti Goswami of Haridwar held the post of CM of Uttarakhand for a day. After reaching Dehradun, Srishti took over as Chief Minister for a day in the Bal Vidhan Sabha. After becoming Chief Minister, all the MLAs and officials greeted Srishti. After taking charge of the Chief Minister, the Vidhan Sabha started where the departmental officers presented their department’s review report.
After this, Chief Minister Srishti Goswami requested the Leader of the Opposition that if you have any questions, they should put it before the government so that they can be considered. Usha Negi, Chairperson of Child Protection Commission and Minister of State for Higher Education Dhan Singh Rawat were present in the program.
From 12 noon to three on Sunday, a departmental review meeting was held in room number 120 of the assembly building. He also gave necessary instructions to the officers. The meeting was attended by PWD Chief Engineer Dobra-Chanti Bridge, Chief Executive Officer of Tourism Development Council, Home Stay Planning, Director Solar Development Works of UREDA, Chief Engineer of Irrigation Department, Surya Dhar Lake Construction, Director of Women Empowerment and Child Development Department Nutrition Campaign and A five-five-minute presentation was given on programs like Anganwadi, Director General of Medical and Health Family Welfare Atal Ayushman Yojana.
Usha Negi, Chairperson of Uttarakhand Child Protection Commission and Dr. Dhan Singh Rawat, Minister of State for Higher Education were present.
19-year-old Srishti Goswami hails from Daulatpur village in Haridwar and is a seventh-semester student in BAC Agriculture (B.sc Agriculture) from BSM PG College, Roorkee. Her father’s name is Praveen Puri. Who has a small shop in his village and mother Sudha is a worker in Anganwadi.
National Girl Child Day is celebrated every year on 24 January in India. It was started in 2008 by the Ministry of Women and Child Development and Government of India. The main reason for celebrating National Girl Child Day is also that Indira Gandhi was sworn in as India’s first female Prime Minister in 1966, the same day.