The correct options are
A Condemnation of discrimination on the basis of religion, caste, and skin.
B British companies could trade amongst themselves in India.
D Induction of an advocate in the executive committee.
The Charter Act of 1833 condemned discrimination on the basis of religion, caste, and skin. A professional lawyer had to be appointed in the Governor-General’s executive committee. British companies were allowed to have trade relations in India by this Act.