Having magnified the picture, I can see what looks like a white, cottony area extruding round the edges of the black 'dots', which would strongly suggest some kind of scale infestation. I don't know where you are in the world, so it's hard to confirm exactly what it is and what the treatment might be for your area. Rose scale infestation is not that uncommon, but they usually inhabit the stems rather than backs of leaves; even so, scale infestation would be my best answer without more information.
UPDATE: What I know about insect infestation in Singapore could be written on the head of a pin, frankly, but it occurs to me that this is a rose, which, of course, will need pruning, probably in Autumn if it's not a rambler, which it doesn't appear to be. Because it was laying on the ground initially, that would likely explain the holes in the leaves, but if these pests are just on the leaves, then I'd ensure to prune out the affected parts, then check the whole plant for other evidence of infestation, and treat accordingly if necessary.