The Special Court is likely to issue a verdict on the corruption case against former Home Minister Khum Bahadur Khadka on Wednesday. The Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) had filed the case against Khadka four years ago. Though the verdict on the case was scheduled to be issued on Tuesday, the judges could not give their judgment due to lack of time. The verdict is likely to be issued on Wednesday. "We have scheduled the case for tomorrow for issuing the verdict as we could not do so today due to lack of time," Judge Bhoopdhoj Adhikary told reporters on Tuesday. A three-member bench comprising Adhikary, and judges Komal Nath Sharma and Cholendra Sumsher Rana has been hearing the case. Khadka, former Home Minister, was implicated by the anti-corruption watchdog for accumulating disproportionate property while he was minister. According to the CIAA, Khadka, currently an MP of the sitting parliament, had accumulated Rs 27.5 million without justifiable sources of income. Khadka has been claiming that the anti-graft body had implicated him on false charges with political vendetta after King Gyanendra had seized power.