Any company during its life time may increase its paid up share capital up to the level of its authorised share capital, through issue of equity shares or preference shares. Companies can increase its paid up capital in the following ways:
Normal Allotment of fresh shares
Issue of shares for consideration other than in cash.
Under Companies Act, 2013, the process of Increase in Authorise Capital is governed by Section 61 read with section 13 and 64 of Companies Act, 2013.
For Increase in Authorised Share Capital, the company has to make sure that its Articles of Association contain a provision authorising it to increase its authorized share capital. Reason being Section 61 of the Companies Act, 2013, mandates that for increasing the Authorised share capital, authorization in Articles of Association is a pre-condition.
If there is no such provision then the company has to take steps for alteration of its Articles of Association in accordance with the provision of Section 14 of the Companies Act, 2013, so as to insert the clause enabling increase in the Authorised share capital of the Company.
Subsequently from issue of notice, calling of board meeting, holding of general meeting, filing of form SH-7 with ROC, notice to registrar for change in capital, board resolution are the procedures to be followed for increase in capital.
From your contention the procedures have been followed as required by law however your grievances is that you have not been notified about this.
What is your position in the company and how and why you have been left out without giving a notice to you, enquire and confirm. However, if you are not satisfied with the resolution and suspect any foul play, you may initiate proper action as envisaged in law in this regard.