Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960
Every union territory is administered by the President acting through an administrator appointed by him
An administrator of a union territory is an agent of the President and not head of state like a governor. The President can specify the designation of an administrator; it may be Lieutenant Governor or Chief Commissioner or Administrator.
Every union territory is administered by the President acting through an administrator appointed by him.
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