UP chairman Asadur Rahman and members of the memorial were killed in a scuffle in Pabna.
The list is intended to provide relief to those staying at home to prevent coronavirus infection.
The incident took place at Khanmarich Union Parishad premises in the upazila on Wednesday afternoon. On Wednesday night, the UP chairman filed a written complaint at Bhangra police station accusing 12 people of obstructing government work.
The relief was stopped in the area under the management of Upazila Executive Officer Syed Ashrafuzzaman on Thursday morning.
Witnesses said the Khanmarich Union, a remote area of the upazila. There are many families of this union who work their day and run their family. They go to different parts of the country at different times and work as day laborers to support their families.
But they are staying at home to prevent coronavirus infection. As a result, these unemployed people have been living for more than a week. In this situation, the Bhangura Upazila administration has asked UP chairman Asadur Rahman to list a list of 20 low-income unhappy families to provide relief goods to these distressed families.
But the UP chairman made a secret list without informing any UP member and sent it to the Upazila administration. However, the list sent to the Upazila administration by the chairman of UP did not return the signatures of the UP members.
Later, the chairman asked the UP members of the union to list the list of 5 unhappy families. When UP members sent the names of 20 people, Chairman Asadur Rahman cut off the names of those 20 members and listed the names of his family of his choice.
The incident took place between the chairman and members of the Union Council premises throughout the day. On one occasion, on Wednesday afternoon, the UP member's son was assaulted with his son Swapan and his men.
Following the incident, UP chairman Asadur Rahman on Wednesday night filed a complaint against the members of UP at Bhangra police station for obstructing government work.
Alamgir Hossain, UP member of the Khanmarich Union Council, said chairman Asadur Rahman was conducting a field survey and listing low-income and ill-fitting families, but not his own. The chairman's son and his men are threatening to protest the matter.
Chairman of the Khanmarich Union Parishad Asadur Rahman said UP members had behaved indecently on the list of relief lists. As a result, there has been a hurdle in providing government assistance to the poor over time.
Bhangra Police Station OC (investigation) Nazmul Haque said legal action will be taken after investigating the matter.
In this regard, Bhanura UNO Syed Ashrafuzzaman said that government relief had been arranged with the Upazila administration officials on Thursday because of an unforeseen incident between the chairman and UP members of Khanmarich on the distribution of relief lists.