"My state Manipur is burning, kindly help," the veteran boxer tweeted in the early hours today, sharing photos of violence.
India is hosting the event for the third time in the history for which over 350 plus boxers from 74 countries have registered so far.
"There is no sector where females are left behind. We are fortunate that the president of India is also a female," Thakur added.
The composition of the Oversight Committee was announced by Union Sports Minister Thakur on Monday.
"Is desh mein khelne vaale bahut baste hain par kuchh hi hain jinme desh basta hai", the Big B says as he welcomes the sports icons.
If the 26-years-old defeats the Mozambican fighter she will advance to the quarterfinals with a simple draw against Welsh boxer Helen Jones who is the lower ranked opponent.
As the country celebrates 75 years of Independence, the makers have dedicated a special episode (August 7) which will be attended by Aamir Khan.
"It's really gracious and brave of Priyanka to finally accept this and put it out there. My admiration for her has only grown immensely. Inclusivity I feel is very hard to understand unless you are excluded"
From being non-stop aggressive, Mary has evolved with time. She now takes her time to read the opponent, adapts to what combinations of punches, jabs, cross and hook need to be efficiently pulled for a result in her favour.