The students party is now pinning their hopes on Modi for the Assembly polls, whom they had looked up to as their role model.
They had used his pictures on their campaign posters and were declared winners just a day after Modi was appointed the PM candidate for the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.
"Modi has been able to associate with the youth. When he came to Shri Ram College of Commerce, the crowd was unprecedented. ABVP based their election campaign on Modi," Delhi BJP chief Goel said.
He added that the students are voters too and if they have voted for Modi, they will surely vote for the BJP in the elections.
Senior leader and BJP MLA Harsh Vardhan said that the city was frustrated with the CM's comments on several issues including the safety of women and unemployment.
"In Delhi, once students pass out of college. They don't get jobs. Even after scoring 90 percent, school students don't get admission in colleges. Modi's apprearance on the political centrestage has given the party a systematic turn," he said.