The Delhi High Court on Monday issued notice to the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on a plea by Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) minister Satyendar Jain challenging a lower court order to transfer his bail plea in a money laundering case from the judge who was hearing the matter, to another judge..Single-judge Justice Yogesh Khanna asked the ED to file its response and posted the case for final disposal on September 28, Wednesday..Jain approached the Delhi High Court challenging an order passed by Principal District and Sessions Court Vinay Kumar Gupta of the Rouse Avenue court allowing ED’s plea for transfer of Jain's case from judge Geejanjali Goel to judge Vikas Dhull..Special Judge Geetanjli Goel had been hearing submissions in Jain’s bail plea and the matter was in its final leg, when the ED sought transfer of the matter alleging bias on the part of the judge.This was allowed by Rouse Avenue court prompting the present plea before the High Court.Senior Advocate N Hariharan, appearing for Jain said that the order of the District Judge would send a wrong message."The bail application was being heard by learned trial courts since August. The difficulty is that the SC said in 14 days the bail has to be decided. The district judge's order itself states that the judge is upright and honest and this bias is completely unfounded. The district judge did not consider the issues that were to be considered. It sends a wrong message. There is an urgency in this matter," he contended.Additional Solicitor General SV Raju appeared for the ED. Read more about the Rouse Avenue court order here.