England's Sarah Davies won the gold medal with a total of 229 kgs, while Canada's Alexis Ashworth bagged the silver with 214.
The Indians started brilliantly and dominated the first two quarters to enjoy a comfortable 3-0 lead at half time.
This is her second medal at the Commonwealth Games after she won silver at the Glasgow in 2014.
Sheuli endured a tough fight from Malaysia's Erry Hidayat Muhammad before bagging gold on Sunday night, with a total lift of 313kg, a Commonwealth Games record.
The 19-year-old fought through the pain barrier on Sunday and came up with a brilliant performance, lifting an aggregate of 300kg (140 in snatch and 160 in clean and jerk) to win a gold medal in the men's 67 kg division at the NEC Hall 3 at Solihull.
Earlier, the Indian men's team dominated the group stage with 3-0 wins over Barbados, Singapore and Northern Ireland. On the other hand, the Indian women's team, led by their top table tennis player Manika Batra, suffered a major upset against Malaysia after going down 3-2 in the quarterfinals.
Despite losing the toss and rain reducing the match to 18 overs per side, everything went right for the Indian bowlers.
Despite not being at his 100 per cent best, Jeremy tried to lift 165kg but failed to do so and clutched his left elbow immediately.
This is India's third medal in Birmingham after Sanket Sargar's silver and Gururaja Poojary's bronze in the men's 55kg and 61kg respectively.
Manika won her singles match in straight games against Musfiquh Kalam, Reeth Tennison while Sreeja Akula overcame Danisha Patel for a comprehensive 3-0 win for the favourites.
Lovlina's post on social media had stirred up a Hornet's nest and forced the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) to take away the accreditation of the team's doctor and hand Sandhya Gurung the opportunity to be with her ward and help her prepare for her first bout.
The Indian Olympic Association (IOA) on Wednesday announced that shuttler PV Sindhu, a two-time Olympic medallist, will be the flagbearer of Team India at the opening ceremony of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Having bagged six medals, including five gold medals at the Commonwealth Games, and later translating that success at the 2012 London Olympics by clinching silver in 25m rapid-fire event, Vijay Kumar adds he is disappointed the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) did not pursue the issue proactively for the common good of the Indian shooting fraternity.
The Indian swimmers were considered for four available quotas after achieving the qualifying mark set by the Swimming Federation of India (SFI). The CWG swimming events will be held from July 29 to August 3.
On Friday, Mirabai Chanu, participating in new weight category (women's 55kg), along with Bindyarani Devi (women's 59kg), Sanket Mahadev and Chanambam Rishikanta Singh (both men's 55kg), had also qualified for the CWG 2022 after bagging medals.