NEW DELHI, 12 JUNE: The CBI today registered two new preliminary enquiries against the private secretary of former Railway Minister Pawan Bansal and a Railway Board Member which are off-shoots of its probe in the Railway bribery scandal. CBI sources said the agency has come to know that Kul Bhushan, who is a Railway Board Member (Electrical) has allegedly favoured a private builder in awarding contract to develop a railway land. They said Bhushan allegedly relaxed norms which helped the builder grab the contract worth several crores. The sources said the agency came to know about these alleged favours during its probe in the Rs 10 crore Railway cash-for-posting scandal allegedly involving Bansal’s nephew Vijay Singla and the then member (Staff) Mahesh Kumar. They said during the questioning of the accused, the agency came to know about the favours. pti