There is what appears to be a small brown insect on the topside of one of the leaves in the first photo - can't really tell what it is.
Otherwise, the rolled leaf edges could be due to too much uv (you'll know because you know what type of grow lights you're using) but otherwise, edema might be the issue - that also can cause leaf rolling round the edges, as well as this blistered, bumpy look, see here https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/plant-problems/environmental/treating-edema-in-plants.htm
I can't tell from the final image whether the tiny bumps are insects, or whether it's more evidence of edema (or oedema, as I spell it!), but if you suspect an insect infestation, use neem oil spray to treat with, spraying both the top and underside of the leaves as well as the stem. Otherwise, for edema, some adjustment to your watering regime is necessary, as mentioned in the link above.