"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.
"Due to personal reason Marykom has decided to train at home and skip the tour," said a senior official of the Boxing Federation of India.
Nikhat Zareen had last year demanded a fair Olympic selection trial and asked the national federation (BFI) to telecast her fight against MaryKom live.
The 37-year-old stated that it was hard to spot any fellow female boxer when she had taken her initial steps in her sporting journey.
Mary had earlier said in an interactive session hosted by the BFI how she became aware of the importance of working out smartly.
The pugilist is trying to keep herself fit for the Olympics which will now take place from July 23 to August 9, 2021.