ISLAMABAD (NNI) - District Health Officer Dr Mohammad Saeed has said that Pakistan would become a polio-free country by 2010. In an interview with the agency on Wednesday, he said at present the ratio of polio-hit children is very less, adding that over two lakh children would be administered anti-polio drops during the three-day campaign against polio. To a question he said that during the two days of drive one lakh and 25 thousands children have been administered anti-polio drops in the urban and rural areas of the Capital. He said for the purpose 640 mobile teams have been constituted, adding that the area of Islamabad has been divided into 19 zones and 102 sector supervisors have been appointed. Dr Saeed said that polio is not the problems of an individual or a district but it the problem of the whole country. He said an effective monitoring system has been introduced for checking the anti-polio campaign.  He said that members of these teams would visit house to house and would confirm from the parents of the children about the vaccination of their children. He said the federal government has issued directives to the provincial government to play effective role in the anti-polio campaigns so that the administration of anti-polio drop to all children below the age of five years could be ensured.