Sindhu, who won the world championship in 2019 will be a huge miss for India.
The PM on Saturday hosted the Indian Commonwealth Games contingent at his residence to felicitate the players.
Pakistan Boxing Federation has reported about the missing of Suleman Baloch and Nazeerullah.
Certainly Birmingham had plenty of reason to party having come to the Games' rescue on short notice after Durban, South Africa, was stripped of them and delivered what by almost every standard was a hugely successful event.
India's final tally read 22 gold, 16 silver and 23 bronze.
Australia blew away India with their whirlwind speed and relentless attacks, extending their dominance of the CWG stage.
Sindhu outplayed Michelle Li of Canada 21-15, 21-13, while Sen rallied to down Malaysia's Ng Tze Yong 19-21, 21-9, 21-16 in a thrilling men's singles final.
The Tamil Nadu superstar paddler has a rich haul of four medals in this edition of the Games, having won the men's team and mixed team gold and a silver in the men's doubles event.
Keralite Treesa and Gayatri registered a 21-15, 21-18 win over world No. 159 Australian pair of Wendy Hsuan-Yu Chen and Gronya Somerville to finish on the podium in their first major event together as a combination.
Harmanpreet said the Indian team had been informed of McGrath's positive test prior to the toss and had no objections to allowing her to take the field.