The police said investigations are still underway and some people have been rounded up for questioning but the exact cause of the deaths is yet to be ascertained.
The police have sent out a notice in connection with an FIR registered under sections 279 (rash driving), 337 (causing hurt rashly and negligently) and 304 (culpable homicide).
The High Court restrained the Haryana government from carrying out the demolition drive in Nuh where district authorities were bulldozing "illegal" constructed buildings.
Sub-divisional Magistrate Ashwani Kumar said these structures were built illegally and were used by "hooligans" to throw stones during the recent violence.
Six people, including two home guards and a cleric, died in the clashes in Nuh on Monday
He also indicated the way bullets were fired from hillocks and stones collected on rooftops of buildings in Nuh violence was pre-planned.
Singla was on leave during the violent incidents took place in Haryana
A bench of Justices Sanjiv Khanna and S V Bhatti also ordered that additional police or paramilitary forces be deployed and CCTV cameras be installed in sensitive areas.
Apart from Gurugram, violence was also reported from Palwal district where a mob set over 25 huts in Parshuram Colony on fire
A fire brigade team reached the spot and controlled the blaze, police said.