The dead and injured were from a camp for Afghans displaced by 14 years of war which was located next to the gas terminal.
They knew the risks of voting for Afghanistan’s new president. When the Taliban stopped them, they knew the retribution would be swift.
The first round of Afghanistan's presidential election in April got a massive turnout, but there's more skepticism ahead of the June runoff.
A growing number of young Afghans question the validity of an election whose candidates are seen as expired figures with no platforms.