Hyderabad (Telangana), Sep 04 (ANI): Verdict in 2007 Hyderabad twin blast case, which claimed 42 lives and injured 60 lives, will be served on Tuesday. The original final hearing was supposed to be made on August 27, but was deferred till September 04. This year marked the 11th anniversary of the incident. Raheem, a survivor, demanded strict punishment for those involved in the case. “It has already been 11 years. I demand that the accused be given the strictest punishment so that they understand the pain we are going through,” he said. Two blasts occurred in Hyderabad, in Gokul Chat and Lumbini Park, which killed nearly 42 people and injured over 60. Four persons were arrested in connection with the case, namely Mohammed Sadiq, Ansar Ahmed Badshah Shaik, Akber Ismail and Anique Shafeeq Syed. The aforementioned accused, reportedly Indian Mujahideen operatives are currently lodged in Cherlapally Central Prison.