New Delhi, January 12, 2009: One of the senior most IPS officers of Chhattisgarh Rajiv Mathur is looking for a new posting.
After one of his batch mates is posted as the Director General of the Railway Protection Force (RPF), the 1974 batch IPS officer is looking for a new posting under the central government, reliable sources told ChhattisgarhTopNews.Com.
Mathur is currently posted as the Additional DG RPF and he recently met the Union Home Minister and requested for a fresh posting as his batch mate is made his boss in the current place, they said.
If sources are to be believed, than Mathur has set his eye on a post in Delhi, currently hold by an IG ranked officer.
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