Gwalior: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), which is investigating the murder of IPS officer Narendra Kumar, on Saturday, contended that the case might be cracked in a month as it has found some vital evidences pertaining to the case.

“The State Police and other officers are fully co-operating with us in the probe into the murder case. It may take a month to unravel the case mystery,” T K Rai Chaudhary, a CBI official said.  

The main accused in the case, Manoj Gurjar is in the CBI custody.

A local court on Tuesday remanded Manoj Gurjar to three-day CBI custody after which he was again remanded to Morena sub-jail by a Court on Friday.

CBI sleuths have been questioning mineral department and administrative officials regarding the case.

According to sources, the agency officials have been also visiting stone mines in Banmore and other areas of Morena districts to gather information about the illegal mining and to probe into its various aspects.

The 2009-batch IPS officer was crushed under the wheels of a tractor-trolley driven by an alleged member of the mining mafia at Banmore in Morena district on March 8, when he tried to stop the stone-laden trolley.