Sri Lanka - Is the new India-focused relief group more viable than others?

The help of India, Japan, Russia and China seems more feasible than the help of Western countries because it is with the political situation.

In the daily reports of perpetual scarcity, especially of fuel and medicine and food, Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe’s announcement of planning a donor conference with India, China and Japan has not found the necessary media space. His earlier proposal for an IMF-focused ‘aid consortium’ is likely to be hampered by the West’s domineering approach to human rights issues targeting Sri Lanka, another India-centric Asia group could answer with China, Russia and West Chipping.