Well, for a layman, it is a map showing the boundary of PP-15, but for a more informed person who can read the map and would like to identify the boundary on ground, there is a little help from the map. I am surprised at the map making skills of the consultants, who have proudly presented their Logo on the map, it seems a job rather poorly done. Even a graduate student in GIS can produce a map much more better quality than this. I recognize that these maps were drawn in year like 2002, but still, the principles of mapping remain the same since fifty years or so. While ECP could have updated these maps (updated, not changed), i was unable to export the map into image format after i downloaded the pdf file of the page. This map teaches well that how to make Sketches through GIS. It even cannot be compared with Land Revenue maps of the country which date back to 1950s. Well I would grade land revenue maps better than these GIS maps; at least land revenue maps have more information than these sketches. While International mapping agencies are continuously doing well in GIS mapping in Pakistan, government potential for mapping remains as low as before. Recently, i read somewhere about the education GIS project in Sindh Province with the help of USAID, i wish same effort would have been done in these important maps, which can help improving the transparency and fairness of electoral process in the country. I would like to lodge on online petition for the quality of these maps as they can misguide more easily than guiding the voters and politicians in the country.