The Andhra Pradesh government today announced Rs 1 crore financial assistance, a house site in Visakhapatnam and a Group-I job to the bereaved family of slain Araku legislator Kidari Sarveswara Rao. Kidari was brutally murdered by Maoists on September 23. State Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu, who returned from his USA trip in the wee hours of Friday, flew down to Araku to console the bereaved family members. He said that the government would provide a job to Rao’s second son. His elder son is likely to be given Telugu Desam Party (TDP) ticket to contest from Araku in the 2019 elections.