Umair, I have experience of a CLIP event a number of years back when placing a cement plug through a 3-1/2in kill string. Despite an extensive post mortem investigation we never identified the root cause, however we did identify some additional risks associated with placing cement through extended lengths of small ID pipe and some learnings which were applied to subsequent successful jobs.
Risk of debris plugging the string. Learning was to ensure the string is drifted and we started pumping a foam wiper ball during pre-job circulation to verify the string was clear ahead of cementing.
Assess shear sensitivity of cement slurry. In a similar way as done for coiled tubing cement jobs consider additional sensitivity testing of the cement slurry to confirm it is not sensitivity the higher shear energy it will see in the small ID pipe.