As per preliminary information, a group of ultras stormed into the victim's house when he was resting after dinner and dragged him out on street.
Singh asked the BJP to stop maligning farmers and their genuine fight for justice by using offensive terms like 'urban Naxals, Khalistanis, hooligans etc'.
The incident took place near Rajpenta village between Basaguda and Tarrem villages around 9 am when the two victims were heading towards Tarrem in a MUV.
The initiative, ‘Badalta Mann’ (change of mind/heart), will see participation of the people’s representatives from the regions having the strong presence of Maoists.
An anti-Naxal operation was launched by CoBRA/STF/DRG troops from Chintalnar/Burkapal/Chintagufa base camps.
The two were involved in attacks on security forces since 2016 in Narayanpur, Bijapur, Dantewada, Kondagaon and Kanker districts of Bastar.
On Sunday, a Naxal was killed in a gun-battle with security forces near Bhattiguda village in Pamed, adjoining Telangana.
The NIA claims Swamy is linked to CPI (Maoist) activities and had a role in instigating violence.
Swamy was arrested from his home in Ranchi last month in connection with the violence in Bhima Koregaon near Pune in January 2018.
On seeing the policemen, the Naxals attempted to flee but the personnel chased and nabbed them, the officer said.
Of them, 11 cadres are natives of Gufa village, seven from Bedma, five from Mangnar, three from Hitawada and one from Handwada.
Of these 32 cadres, 19 are natives of Bakeli village, four are from Korkotti and three each hail from Udenar, Tumarigunda and Matasi villages
The face-off took place at Kosmi-Kisneli forest around 4 pm, the Gadchiroli Superintendent of Police (SP) office said.
The official said the two cadres in their statement said they were disillusioned by the hollow Maoist ideology.
With this, eight people - three policemen, a forest official and four civilians - have been killed in separate Naxal-related incidents in Bijapur district in the last one month.