A woman police constable attached to Nagpur police was quarantined for suspected COVID-19 infection with a married man whom she was in relationship
The woman constable, who is unmarried, was to be moved to a quarantine centre after one of her colleagues recently tested COVID-19 positive, the official said.
"However, she told the authorities that her husband, who later turned out to be her boyfriend working with the postal department, should also be quarantined along with her.
However, that man's real wife, who had no idea about his admission to the quarantine centre, was worried as he had not returned home for three days, the official said.
She later somehow got to know about her husband's affair and came to the quarantine centre, but denied entry by the guards, the official said.
Thereafter, she lodged a complaint with Bajaj Nagar police against her husband, and met Commissioner of Police Dr Bhushankumar Upadhyay in that connection, after which he ordered an inquiry into the matter.