The British East India Company ceased to be a trading Company via which among the following legislation?

The British East India Company ceased to be a trading Company via which among the following legislation?
[A] Pitts India Act of 1784
[B] Charter Act of 1833
[C] Charter Act of 1813
[D] Government of India Act 1858

Charter Act of 1833
The charter act 1833: It is considered to be an attempt to codify all Indian Laws. The Governor General of Bengal now became the The Governor General of India. One of the Provision of this act – “the East India Company now lost its trading privilege i.e., tea and monopoly in China ,henceforth it became a purely administrative body under the crown.”

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  • rp modi
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    Charter Act of 1813 will be correct ans