Indian federalism is formed by "Holding Together" nature of federalism. It does not give equal powers to its constituent units.
|· Hence, all states in the Indian Union do not have identical powers.|
|· Some states enjoy a special status, like Jammu and Kashmir has its own constitution.|
|· Many provisions of the Indian Constitution are not applicable to this state without the approval of the state assembly.|
|· There are some units of the Indian Union which enjoy very little powers like Chandigarh, Lakshadweep or the Capital City of Delhi. They are known as the Union Territories. These units do not have the powers of a state.|
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