We need a few pitches that offer more bounce and pace in domestic cricket so that our players get a taste of bounce and pace sometimes.
But when Bangladesh plays at home we should always go with slow and low turning tracks. The English always prepare seaming pitches so that their seamers can swing around. The South Africans always make bouncy tracks to bounce out the opponents. The Indians also used to prepare turning pitches so that it aided their spinners.
The South Africans/English dont moan that they need turning tracks back in their country so that their batsmen develop the skill to counter the spinners. So we shouldn't be overly worried about that.