Twenty-year-old Shrishti Goswami who took over the charge of Uttarakhand CM for one day on Sunday gave suggestions on three main points.
Shrishti Goswami was nominated as the chief minister of child assembly for a day. On this occasion, Chief minister Trivendra Singh Rawat said nominating Shrishti Goswami as the Chief Minister of child assembly for a day and organising a session in the state legislative assembly on national girl child day is a matter of pride and respect for all the girls in the state.
The three pertinent points made by Shrishti was the safety of children and girls, checking drug usage among youngsters and stopping hill migration in the state.
Goswami, hails from Haridwar, and on the occasion of national girl child day on Sunday, she made few suggestions during the child assembly session, after interacting with officials in Dehradun.
Chief minister Trivendra Singh Rawat said “Such initiatives will also inspire them to fulfil their responsibilities towards the society,” He had nominated Goswami as the chief minister of child assembly for a day and organising a session in the state legislative assembly on national girl child day is a matter of pride and respect for all the girls in the state.
Goswami is a student at a Roorkee-based institution. She symbolically held the position of the state’s CM for one day. Many ongoing government-run development programes were reviewed by her after the officers made presentations before her.
Goswami, also spoke to the reporters, in a press meet and said that as the CM, her main responsibility was to know what kind of issues and problems the children face in their state. She also said that the suggestions will be put before the State Child Rights Commission which will then be conveyed to the CM.