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How to change the owner of soft link

How to change the owner ship of the soft link
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 4 Jun 29 16:27 soft_test -> test

I need to change the above owner ship to httpd:httpd

Whats the shell command i need to use for it Linux
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(-h should be option you're after iirc)

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