DATE=3/22/2000 TYPE=CORRESPONDENT REPORT TITLE=INDIA / KASHMIR / S-O NUMBER=2-260486 BYLINE=JIM TEEPLE DATELINE=NEW DELHI CONTENT= VOICED AT: INTRO: A second consecutive day of violence in Kashmir has left at least two people dead. After a 19-hour siege, border security force personnel regained control of one of their outposts in Srinigar, which was attacked by militant separatists late Tuesday. Two bodies -- believed to be militants -- have been recovered from the building. The attack followed the killing of 40 Sikh men late Monday in a small Kashmir village. V-O-A's Jim Teeple reports President Clinton spoke out against the violence in Kashmir during his Wednesday speech to India's parliament. Text: Indian security forces are bracing for more attacks, following two days of violence. Meanwhile, thousands of Kashmir Sikhs have descended on the small village, Chati Singhpura, where Sikh men were massacred Monday by unidentified gunmen. India blames two Kashmir separatist groups for the killings -- a charge denied by the groups. Speaking to India's parliament Wednesday, President Clinton offered sympathy and support. // CLINTON ACTUALITY // We grieve with you for the Sikhs who were killed in Kashmir and our heart goes out to their families. We will work with you to build a system of justice -- to strengthen our cooperation against terror. // END ACTUALITY // But Mr. Clinton says he did not come to South Asia to mediate the dispute over divided Kashmir. He says India and Pakistan will have to solve the dispute, themselves. (Signed) NEB / JT / WD 22-Mar-2000 07:06 AM EDT (22-Mar-2000 1206 UTC) NNNN Source: Voice of America .