Pakistan Army to preempt Indiaâ€™s â€˜Cold Start Doctrineâ€™ The Azm-e-Nau exercises, which started in 2009, were part of the Armyâ€™s new concept of war fighting. The concluding ceremony of war games named â€œAzm-e-Nau 4&#8243; took place on Sunday. According to the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the war games were meant to operationalise new strategies against the evolving threat. At the culmination of four years of war gaming and exercises, the Pakistan military has now adopted a â€˜new concept of war fightingâ€™ aimed at preempting Indiaâ€™s â€˜Cold Start Doctrine,â€™ security officials said here. The new concept seeks to improve troopsâ€™ mobilisation time and to put up a joint Army, Navy and Air Force response to any conventional threat. The Azm-e-Nau exercises, which started in 2009, were part of the Armyâ€™s new concept of war fighting in response to Indiaâ€™s Pakistan specific Cold Start Doctrine. The Cold Start doctrine is intended to allow Indiaâ€™s conventional forces to perform holding swift and unexpected attacks in a manner before international pressure could come to bear on India and before the Pakistani military could react i.e. in under 72 hours. The Indian military, however, publicly denies the existence of any such doctrine. The military official said under the new concept, in case of war, the Pakistan Army could mobilise in far less time as compared to India. Speaking at the conclusion of two-week long war games, Army Chief General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani sought peopleâ€™s support to counter foreign military aggression against the country. Kayani said militaryâ€™s success hinges on being fully prepared, support of the people of Pakistan and other state institutions. He also said the Army was fully committed to meet all future challenges squarely.