His name was Flight Lieutenant Murtaza Malik who had crushed the Amritsar airbase of the Indian Air Force (IAF) on December 5, 1971 preceding being severely harmed amid the activity. As his air ship discovered blaze amid assault, Malik launched out from his plane, just to turn into a Prisoner of War (Pow). He was admitted to a military doctor's facility in Delhi where he at long last succumbed to his head wounds on December 17, 1971. These insights about this unsung legend of Pakistan alongside pictures of his recorded internment in Delhi have at last been made open in a bewildering book titled 'Sentinels in the Sky' which has been composed and co-wrote by Col (R) Azam Qadri and Group Captain (R) Muhammad Ali individually. Col Qadri fit in with the Pakistan Army while Group Captain Ali is a previous PAF officer.