Help: relay PIR sensor, relay on-off with bluetooth

Hello guys. I am new with arduino. I want a programme, in which when the PIR sensor detects motion then the relay 1 will turn on. This works, but the relay 2 that I would like to control with bluetooth is always on, but I want it to be off when i connect it to bluetooth.
i enclose the code.

#include <SoftwareSerial.h>
SoftwareSerial Bluetooth(0, 1);
int rel1 = 6; //relay 1 connected here
int rel2 = 3; //relay2
int PIRinput = 10; //PIR connected here
int motion = 0; //pir status
char Data;
void setup() {

pinMode(PIRinput, INPUT);//PIR as input
pinMode(rel1, OUTPUT); //relay as output
Serial.begin(9600);
Bluetooth.begin(9600);
pinMode(rel2, OUTPUT); relay as output

}

void loop() {

motion = digitalRead(PIRinput); //reading the PIR status and stores to variable motion
if (motion == HIGH) {
digitalWrite(rel1, LOW); //relay turn ON
Serial.println(“Motion detected!”);
delay(1000);
}
else {
digitalWrite(rel1, HIGH); //relay turn OFF
Serial.println(" No motion ");

if (Bluetooth.available()) {
Data = Bluetooth.read();
if (Data == (‘1’)) {
digitalWrite(rel2, HIGH); ///relay turn ON

}
if (Data == (‘2’)) {
digitalWrite(relay2, LOW); //relay turn OFF

}
}

}
}

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Please read this.

On most Arduinos pins 0 and 1 are the hardware RX and TX pins. It is silly to use them for a software serial port (and it won't work right, either).

So what Arduino are you using? From where is the bgluetooth data coming?

im using arduino uno r3 atmega328p,and hc-05 bluetotth module and i did application with mit app inventor.
what do you suggest?

Don't know anything about App Inventer.

Use any 2 free pins, besides 0 and 1, for your software serial port.